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UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 



MINUTES OF MEETING OF BOARD OF TRU r 
January 16, 1963, 12:30 p.m., Statler Hilton Hotel, Boston 

Chairman Boyden presiding 



PRESENT : Trustees ^oyden, Lederle, Brett, Brown, 

Cashin, Crowley, Emerson, Haigis, Healey, 
Fox, Frechette, Furcolo, Kiernan, Plimpton, 
Pumphret , Schuck, Solomon, Thompson. Mso, 
Treasurer Johnson, Provost Woodsid^ and 
Secretary Ryan. 



^he provisions of Chapter 626 of the Acts of 1958 having 
be^n complied with, and a quorum of the Board of trustees b-'ine 
present and acting throughout, Chairman Boyden called the meeting to 
order. 

Upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 

VOTED : To approve the minutes of the meetings <~>f 
November 9, 1962 and December 4, 1962 as 
distributed by the Secretary to the members 
of the Board. 

The Chairman appointed a Nominating Committer composed of 
Trustee Crowley, Chairman, Trustees "rown, Cashin, Healey and 
^u-colo, to make recommendations for the committee assignments of 
the Board to be reported and acted upon at the February meeting of 
the Board. 

' r he chairman announced that the A.d Hoc Committee for the 
Medical Dean Search was composed of Trustee Healey, Chairman, Presi- 
dent Lederle, Trustees Frechette, Solomon and Fox. Chairman Healey 
reported that the Ad Hoc Committee had met and had agreed on its 
basic, procedures. The committee will operate so that there is full 
disclosure of persons under consideration to all the members of the 
Board, and invite participation of every member of the Board at any 
stage of the search. The committee invites suggestions as to opera- 
tion and nominations for consideration. The committee will consider 
criteria and qualifications r or the Deanship as well as for the 

>o] -'tself. The names rsons actually under consideration 
shoi treated confidentially, in response to questions, it was 
stated that there is already a su mtial list of ons suggested 
for the deanship. After nominations from all interested .ties 
have been received, a man 3 ing list will be prepared and 
circulated to the entire Board membership. Once the commit-- has 
narrowed the list of nominees to approximately five ^hoice candi- 
dates, the full Board will be invited to interview each of the final 
five. 



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Nominat ing 
Committee 



Medical 
School 

Ad Hoc 
Committee 
for Medical 
Dean Search 



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Report of 
Executive 
Committee 



Board h 
F inance 
Committee 



Sale of Stock 
in The Society 
Corporation of 
Cleveland 



Investment 

Counsel 

Service 






Increase of 

Fidelity 

Bond 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 



Trustee Healey reported that the growth of the Uni Lty 
and the responsibilities a the Board ur utonomy legisla- 

tion require re- examination of the structur -d and the 

procedure of its business. The Executive Committee is, with the 
staff assistance of the admi^ ' ation, preparer ilyses of th~ 
present Board committee tup, allocation of committee responsibilities 
by-laws and other matters. The report embracing these analyses will 
be made to the full Board in the spring, hopefully by the June meet- 

Board action may h [uested at that time in the nature of 
some reorganization ste. 

Chairman Healey rted that the Finance C^mmitte:: of the 
lined the trust and agency operating funds and endowment funds of 
the University and x*as pleased with their present status. Certain 
actions were recommended t<-» the Boa Upon nation being duly made 
and , it was ur> 1 y 

VOTHD : r °o authorize -surer T '~nr^th '\ Johnson 

to sell the 11 and 305/500 shares ck in 
The Society Corporation of Cleveland and to 
credit the proceeds of said sale to th^ 
Henry Franklin ndowment Fun- 

"h airman He-ley reported the rocomr ton of th<- 
Committee that an agreement be ro~otiated witl- yer and 

'ay, Inc. to provide investment counsel t diversity for the 
Trust and Agency Operating Fund. After general disci' n and upon 
motion being duly ma^ and seconded, it was unar ly 

VOTED : To approve th- sment with Standish, 
Ayer an r1 .as set forth in 

Document 63-076. 

After general discussion and upon motion being duly made 
and seconded, it was unanimously 

YJTTJT;: To authorize Treasurer Kenneth T l. Johnson 
to obtain on a binder agreement a fidelity 
bond; increasing the present $20,000 bond 
covering all employees to $100,000, it 
being further voted to authorize Treasurer 
Jchnson to continue to investigate con- 
temporary college practices with respect t- 
fidelity bonds for officers of the 
Treasurers level and to obtain data on 
the cost of such bonding. 

After general discussion and upon motion being duly made 
and seconded, it was unanimously 



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VOTED : That all checks, drafts or money orders 

representing disbursements from funds under 
the control of the Trustees payable in an 
amount of $10,000 and over except checks 
representing transfers of funds between 
accounts (funds) in the First National Bank 
of Amherst shall be? 1 : the h^r>H-T---i«-t-^ n 
signatures of any two of the following 
three officers: Treasurer Kenneth W. 
Johnson, Associate Treasurer William G. 
Thaler, Controller L* Lawrence Taylor, 
and provided further that the Secretary 
of the University is instructed to transmit 
a certified copy of this vote to all bank" 
in which the University maintains funds and 
to the State Comptroller, Treasurer a Re- 
ceiver General, and the State Auditor. 

There was a discussion of the status of trust funds at 
the University. After general discussion and upon motion being duly 
made and seconded, it- v*?s unanimously 

VOTED : To authorize the transfer of $3,500 from 
Trust Fund Interest earnings to the Uni- 
versity Fund, 

On motion being duly mad conded, it 'nimously 

70TEP : To authorize a gran" i c $1,000 K ~ made 
available from 'und Interest for 
use by the Department of ^vernment for 
graduate stipends for the current yea 

After general discussion end upon motion being duly made 
and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : T^ app-Tv 3 the e-.^rating budget adjustment 

as summarized for the period July 1, 1 9 <;o to 
December 31, 1962 in Document 63-077 which 
l s h er ,=,hy attached to and made part of these 
minut 

At the request of th^ Chairman of the Finance Committee, 
the Treasurer of the University reported <-o •-h Board that it w 

" -y to tr"n^°r funds from subsidiary account 01 to subsidiary 
account 02. ""his had been reviewed and recommended by the Finance 

"tee. After gme-al discussion and upon motion being duly made 
and seconded, it was unanimously. 

LL22I2 : To transfer $100,000 '-on ^u K ^.Miary account 
01 to subsidiary account 02 to meet payroll 
requirements. 



Multiple 
S ignatures 
for Disburse- 
ments of Funds 



University 
Fund 



Trust Fund 

Interest 

Account 



Graduate 
Stipends 



Operating 

Budget 

Adjustments 



Transfer of 
Funds 



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Report of 
Buildings & 
Grounds 
Committee 



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Warren 
Farm 



Billings 
Property 



Nantucket 
Property 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 



Chairman Haigis reported on the ru ent "tatus of 

recommendations by the Board of Trustees for the °; pointment of 
architects for University construct ion project 

The Chairman reported to the Board of Trustees that repre- 
sentatives of the Buildings and Grounds Committee and the University 
administration had visited the H. E. Warren Farm of Ashland, Massa- 
chusetts. After general discussion and upon motion being duly made 
and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : That the Warren Farm be accepted by tlv 
University only under terms which permit 
its being converted into fluid capital 
for general University use; 

And provided fu~thf"r that the University 
administration be authorized to continue 
negotiation? on this basis. 

The Chairman reported that negotiations p ~° currently 
underway with a Mr. Leon Billings concerning the possibility of some 
of his timber holdings in Leverett °nd surrounding towns being made 
available to the University. 

At the request of the Chairman of the commit* - . ^rovost 
Woods ide reported on the 1J cabody estate on "^ntu^k^t Island whi^h i^ 
potentially a gift to the TT niversity. The property consist" of bobs 
70 upland acres and 25 acres of marshland on Nantucket Island in- 
cluding the main residence, a beach hou- ~n^ two garages each abl~ 
^o accommodate three cars, with on° ^f the a having an apart- 
ment in it. The property also includes three vehicle c , furnishings 
and equipment. The property may be of interest to the University 
because of it at potential u^- r ulness to the marine biology pro- 
gram. Presently, what is involved in our negotiations is the 7 '8 
interest in the property whi^h i^ now held by the v in" Haven ^unda- 
tion. The remaining 1/8 of the property is in the possession of ttr 
American Humane Education So y of Boston TT hieh received it from 
Mr. Peabody prior to his death. 

The Provost said that it was an excellent location for 
biological research because it is in a unigu° location where both 
north-— n and southern flora and fauna overlap. It would be an ideal 
site for ecological studies, The Recreation Department would be in- 
terested in having access to the property for its program purposes. 
The Food Science and Technology research programs coul - 1 make good 
use of this property. "Th- Nantucket property would provide a site 
away from the campus for seminars and study groups which is not at 
present available to the University. There is a possible use of the 
property in the Fine Arts program and he al c o indicated that the 

ia Mitchell Foundation would be delighted to have some access to 
the property in connection with its responsibilities for instruction 
of Nantucket residents in natural history. 



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After general discussion and upon motion being duly made 
and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED: To approve acceptance of the Nantucket 
property of the late Stephen Peabody 
subject to acquiring the 1/8 interest 
in that property now possessed by the 
American Humane Education Society of 
Boston. 

It was reported that the Master Planning Committee of the. 
University had discussed at length the required residence and 
dining facilities planned for the southwest area of the campus. 
After general discussion and upon motion being duly made arid 
seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED: To accept in principle the projects and 
schedule as outlined in Document 6^-^68 
which is hereby attached to and made 
part of th " minute and to notify the 
Massachusetts Building Authority of this 
decision of the Board of Trustees 

Chairman Hai<?is reported that the Office of the Planning 
Engineer has been designated as the central point for the 
collection of data and deposit of reports and official documents 
with respect to the master plan, construction on campus, land 
acquisition and other pertinent matters. 

Acquisition of land necessary to establish the northeast 
corner of th° University boundary may be completed with the acquisi- 
tion of property of a Mr. Peter French. Two appraisalr - re- 
ported supporting the price b^ing paid. After general discussion 
and upon motinn being duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To authorize the purchase of the Peter 
French property for S 11, 500 providing 
that the University will honor the 'rental 
leases on the apartments in the property 
for twelve months from the date of deed 
; with the rent for the promises being paid 
to the University and on the further condi- 
tion that the real estate taxes on the 
property will be prorated as of the date 
of the deed. 

The Chairman reported receipt of an, appeal from certain 
re^id^nts of faculty housing regarding the new faculty housing 
policy adopted by the Board at the meeting of October 4, 1962. 
\fter general discussion, the consensus of the members of the Board 
was to agree with the recommendation of the committee that the new 
policy as established by the Board on October 4, 1962 was satis- 
factory and the Board reaffirmed the position of the University ad- 
ministration taken pursuant thereto. 



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Master Plan 

Southwest 
Area - 
Dormitory 6s 
Dining 
Facilities 



Office of 

Planning 

Engineer 



French 
Property 



Appeal of 
Residential 
Faculty 
Hous ing 



iUj ill ny up 



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Agricultural 
Purposes Fund 
University 
Scholarships 



Report of 
Faculty & Pro- 
gram of Study 
Committee 



Undergraduate 

Curriculum 

Changes 



Graduate 

Curriculum 

Changes 



Ph.D. 

Program in 
English 



Master of 
Science in 
Physical 
Education 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 

The Board of Trustees considered the recommendations of 
the University nommittee on Financial \id and Scholarships with 
respect to Agricultural Purposes ^und Scholarships. "fter gen^r^ 
discussion and upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 
unanimously. 

VOTED : To approve the recommendations of the 
University Commit tee on Financial \id 
and Scholarship nr. set forth in 
Document 63-073 which is hereby attached 
to and made part of these minut° . 

r h^?rman Crowley reported to the ^onrd on tv7o meetings of 
the Trustee Committee on Faculty and Program of Study, December 4, 
1962 and January 5, 1963. 

A ftcr general discussion and upon motion bein-' duly made 
end seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To approve the undergraduate curriculum 
changes as set fo"th in ^o^ument 63-061 
which is attached to and hereby made 
part of thes^ minutes and nocument 63-066 
which is attached to and imd^ part o f 
these minutes. 

^fter general di"~ussion and upon motion being duly made 
and seconded, it was unanimously 

yjOTEHr To approve the changes in the ^rcduate 

curriculum as set forth in document 63-059 
which is hereby attached to and made part 
of these minutes and to approve the new 
graduate courses as set forth in "'ocument 
63-064 which i* hereby attached to and 
made part of these minutes. 

upon motion bein 1 : duly made and seconded, it was 
unanimously 

VOTED : To approve extending "^n^li^h graduate study 
to the Ph.D. level of th-= University of 
Massachusetts but to reserve for future con- 
sideration the approval of awardin^ the pre- 
doctoral certificate. 

Upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 
unanimously 

VOTED: To approve a graduate program in Physical 
Education leading to the Master of Science 
degree in Physical education as set forth 
in Document 63-06° which is hereby attached 
to de part of these minutes. 



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After general discussion and upon motion being duly made 
and seconded, it was unanimously 

D: To approve the. establishment of the 

^sachusetts Popula Research In- 
stitute as set forth in Document 63-058 
which is hereby attached to and made \ 
of these minutes. 

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After general discussion and upon - ing duly made 
and seconded, it was unanimous] 

VOTED : To approve changing the name of the I 

partment of Recreation Leadership to the 
Department of Rec >n. 

The Chairman reported to Board that the Faculty Senate 
of the University of Massachusetts had recommended that ROTC at the 

"ty be made voluntary. After general discussion an ! upon 
motion being duly made and ided, it was unanimously 



VOTED: 1. 



That the Univ — ity of Massachusetts 
adopt, and it is hereby adopte J _, 
voluntary starting in the fall 
1963 - this means both freshmen (Class 
of 1967) and sophomores (Class of 1966) 



2. That students electing the first t T 
years of volunt OTC shall receive 
not more than four Mnic credit 
toward graduation for -satisfactory 
completion of the basic course (the 
first two years). 

Upon motion being duly r " nd seconded, it was 

unanimously 

VOTED : To approve granting sabbatical leav° 

the second semester of 1962-63 to Mr. Stephen 
Allen, Assistant of Mathematics. 

Upon motion being duly and seconded, it was 
unanimously 

VOTED : To appoint Michael DiSalle as Ford. Pro- 
fessor of Practical Politics for th° 
second semester 1962-63. 

After general discussion and upon motion bein^ duly rrr 
and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED: approve the *rsonnel actions set forth 
in Document 63-063 which is hereby attached 
to and made part of these minutes. 



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Population 
Research , 
Institute 



Department of 
Recreation 



ROTC- 

Voluntary 

Basis 



Sabbatical 
Leave 



Michael 
DiSalle 



Personnel 
Actions 



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Emeritus 



Class if icatioti 
of Position 
Titles 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 

Upon motion bring duly made and seconded, it was 
unanimously 

VOTED: To approve changing of status to r us 

for those Listed in T nt 63-063 
which is hereby attached to " 

of th •''.nutos. 

The Chairman of the Faculty and Program v Committee 
reported tint th^ lit tee intended adoption by the Board of a 
nation of position titles under authority of Chapter 648 o 
Acts of 1962. Af ->eral discussion and upon motion nein^ 
duly made and second 1y 



VOTED : To adopt the classification of -en- 
titles :tive "n and after 3, 
1963 as set forth in Document 63-072 
which is he- 'ttached to and made part 
of these mini 

It being furtlr 

VOTED: That pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 
648 of the / of 1962, the c las si tion 
of position titles shall be fixed in n y 
salary range from a Tninimum t er 

fixed at a :ific weekly salary rat Lch 
shall no*- be ch I except by vote of ' 
Board of Trustees and such classification 
shall not be designated by any j 
number or grade. 

It being further 

VOTED : In accordance with the provisions of 

Chapter 648 of the Acts of 1962 that the 
following position titles in the 

ssional Staff are classified in the 
weekly salar nge or at a weekly salary 
rate specified after the title of the 
position in the following schedule subject 
to being subsequently amended, revised, 
added to or repealed by the Board of 
Trustees under the provisions of said 
Chapter 648, 



Title of Position 



Classification in General 
Salary Schedule Maximum 

Weekly Converted to Yearl y 



iness Manager, U of 
Dean of the Graduate School, ' 

"oordinator of Research 
Director of Inst. Studies, U r 
Provost, Uof 



$197.50 
278.75 

225.25 

316.50 



1,270 
14,495 

11,713 
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°n recommendation of the Committee on Faculty and Program 
of Study and after general, discussion of the matter of additional 

nsation for professional services by faculty members of the 
University of Massachusetts, it was moved, seconded and unanimously 

VOTED : To approve the adoption of the policy on 
compensation for certain additional pro- 
fessional services as stated in Document' 
63-062 which is hereby attached to and 
made part of these minutes. 

At the request of the Chairman of the Board, the President 
presented to the Board a list of personnel actions. After general 
discussion and upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 
unanimously 

VOTED : To approve the personnel actions set forth 
in Document 63-071 x^hioh is hereby attached 
to and made part of these minutes. 

Every personnel action shall be subject to 
the policies and procedures now in effect 
and as subsequently amended, revised, added 
to or rep^ by the Board' of Trusts 
with respect to professional personnel un^ 
provisions of Chapter 75 of the General Lr n 
as amended by Chapter 648 of the Acts of 1962. 
The classification, salary range and 
descriptive job specification for each 
position to which a member of the professional 
staff is herr-by appointed, promoted, trans- 
ferred or determined shall be as hereafter 
determined by the Board of Trustees or under 
their authority. 

After general discussion and upon motion being duly made 
and seconded, it was unanimously 

v 0TED : That the following ; "omotions are made at 
the weekly salary rate specif i.e.'*; 



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Policy on 

Compensation 

for Certain 

Additional 

Professional 

Services 



Personnel 
Actions 



Chairmen - 
School of 
Business Ad- 
ministration 



2466 



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AID Contract 
with College 
of Agricul- 
ture - 
Nyas aland 





UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 






Dura- 


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tion 






From To this 






Pr^- De- promo- kly inverted 






vious Tew t- tion to y to Annual 




Name 


Title Title ment Tenur< r hmn. T " alary 




Anderson 


Assoc. A ssoc. Acr 1 ' Continua- Fr $202.50 $10,530 


J. W. 


of. Prof. tion 9/l/< 
UofM Uc tenure to 

& bsoc. 8/31/66 

Chmn , >f , 
De; 1y 

C M 




aunch 


Assoc. Assoc. Mfe't None ^r 75 $ 9,607 




S. J. 


Prof. Prof. 12/ 
>fM Uo 1 to 

& 8/31/63 
Act. 
Chmn. 
Dept. 
UofM 




rly 


Prof. Prof. Mkt. Continue- From .75 $12,155 




H. E. 


Uof Uof tion of 9/l/< 
5c tenure to 
Chmn. Pro^. 8/31./ 
Dept. ily 
Uof 




Ludtke 


Prof. Prof. Gen'] ^ontinua- ,75 $12,155 






Up Bus. tion of 9/3 / 

: tenure as 
~hmn. Fin, Prof, 8/31/66 
Dept. >nly 
Uo 

At the request of the chairman, Tre? Johnson reported 




on the status of negotiations between the C —iculture and 




the University and th- ~y Internatior '"-v 01 opment with 




respect 


to a contract calling for certain profession" 1 services T7 -'th 




thn gove 


rnment of Nyasalan ^ter general discussion and upon 




motion b 


eing duly made and '•""^nded, it was unanimously 




VOT 


ED: To authorize the President to sign a 
contract with the ncy for Int 

national Dev illing ^^ - 

tain pr nal services to be pro- 
vided by the College of Agricul* u ' 






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The President presented to the Board the name of a person 
esent the general field of business and industry in the 
symposium to be held on Char^r "Day, April 29, 1963, After a 
general discussion and upon motion being duly made and seconded, it 
was unanimously 

VOTED : To authorize the President to conclude 
negotiations with his nominee for the 
Charter Day Symposium and to confer 
upon that person a Doctor of Laws de- 
gree, honoris causa; 

It being further 

VOTED : That the identification of the individual 
should not appear in the minutes but 
should remain nn file with the Secretary. 

After general discussion and upon motion being duly made 
and seconded, it was 

VOTED: To change the date of the annual meeting 
in February to February 12, 1963. 

It was further 

VOTED: To authorize the Secretary to fix a new 
meeting date in April after consultation 
with members of the Board. 

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned 
at 4:00 p.m. 



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Charter Day 

Symposium 




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John W! P.yan 
etary, Board of Trustees 



Change of 
Meeting Date 



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TRUSTEE 



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POLICY ON COMPENSATION FOR CERTAIN ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 



WHEREAS it is the responsibility of every unitf^rsity to promote and encourage the 
search for new truth and knowledge for the benefit of mankind, and 

WHEREAS a state university is distinctive in its emphasis on research and the 
dissemination of research findings as a service to the citizens of the state 
and nation, and 

WHEREAS there is a great need for more highly trained research scientists and 
teachers, and 

WHEREAS the University of Massachusetts maintains and supports a Graduate School 
for the purpose of providing training at the Master's and Doctoral levels, and 

WHEREAS in order to provide such training the University of Massachusetts must main- 
tain a highly qualified faculty which is itself competent in and interested 
research, and 



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WHEREAS such a faculty will be more productive and stimulating in the teaching of 
students at both the graduate and undergraduate levels, and 

WHEREAS a university is recognized for the scholarly and creative work of its 
faculty, and 

WHEREAS it is the policy of the University of Massachusetts to expect each member 
of the faculty to teach, engage in research and/or other scholarly and creative 
work, and to perform a service role to and for the University including the 
academic advisement and counseling of students, and 

WHEREAS it is also the policy of the University to undertake research sponsored and 
paid for by grants or contracts from agencies of the federal government, founda- 
tions, business, or other sources outside the University, and 

WHEREAS such sponsored research is of great economic advantage to the Commonwealth 
in that it both supports research that might otherwise require state appropria- 
tions and provides new processes for development by Massachusetts industrial 
and agricultural interests, 

THEREFORE, it is the policy of the University of Massachusetts to permit compensa- 
tion for certain additional professional services within the following policies: 



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The first duty and first loyalty of a member of the faculty is to the Uni- 
versity. He is under obligation to render to the University the most effective 
service of which he is capable. No outside service shall be undertaken, whether 
with or without pay, that might interfere with the discharge of this paramount 
obligation. 

In view of the fact that the University operates on a six-day class week 
members of the faculty are permitted, when approved, the equivalent of one day per 
week for sponsored research, consulting, or other activities related to their pro- 
fession for which additional compensation may be received. Under no circumstances, 
however, are members of the faculty to be given any reduction in normal teaching, 
service, or other assigned load on account of performance of such other activities. 

I. Research; including sponsored research i. e. research contracted by the 
University with outside agencies . 

1. It is the responsibility and the duty of all deans and department heads to 
give faculty members as much encouragement as possible to do research as a normal 
part of their employment. When released time for sponsored research is authorized 
no loss of so-called fringe benefits should occur because an equivalent portion of 
the faculty member's base salary should be budgeted in advance against, and charged 
to, the grant or contract of the agency sponsoring the research, provided, that such 
charge is permissible within the policies of the agency sponsoring the research. 

2. University participation in tests and investigations shall be limited to 
activities which lead to the extension of knowledge or to increased effectiveness 
in teaching. Routine tasks of commonplace type will not be undertaken except where 
it is shown conclusively to the appropriate University officials that satisfactory 
facilities for such services do not exist elsewhere. 

3. Research proposals shall bear the approval of the principal investigator, 
the department head, the academic dean (or in the case of agriculture, the Director 
of the Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station) and the Dean of the Graduate 
School and Coordinator of Research before being submitted to the Treasurer of the 
University for execution. Two extra copies of the proposal shall be submitted for 
the files of the Provost's Office and the Treasurer's Office. 

4. Members of the faculty on academic year appointment are encouraged to 
participate in sponsored research and may, when approved by the Trustees, receive 
additional compensation in addition to the budgeted salary. Such additional com- 
pensation may be earned during the Summer months (i.e., between Commencement and 
Fall Registration) and/or during the academic year, providing in the latter case 
additional compensation does not exceed the equivalent of one day per week during 
the academic year. Such compensation must be permissible within the policies of the 
agency sponsoring the research and must be charged to the sponsor's funds. Addi- 
tional compensation shall be computed at the rate of l/40th of the faculty member's 
then current academic year salary for each full week of research service, or 1 /200th 
of the faculty member's then current academic year salary for each full day of re- 
search service. Ordinarily maximum additional compensation from sponsored research 
shall not exceed 25% of the faculty member's then current academic year salary. 

5. Members of the faculty on calendar year appointment are permitted to 
participate in sponsored research and may, when approved by the Trustees, receive 
additional compensation in addition to the budgeted salary. Such additional 



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coinpensation may be earned during their vacation periods or during the portion of 
the calendar year when not on vacation leave provided that, in the latter case, it 
does not exceed the equivalent of one day per week. Such additional compensation 
shall be computed at the faculty member's then current weekly or daily rate of 
salary for each full week or full day of research service; provided, that such 
compensation is permissible within the policies of the agency sponsoring the re- 
search and must be charged to the sponsor's funds Ordinarily, maximum additional 
compensation from sponsored research shall not exceed 25% of the faculty member's 
then current calendar year salary. 

6, When additional compensation is to be paid for sponsored research, such 
funds must be budgeted in advance against, and charged to, the contract or grant 
executed with the agency sponsoring the research. Funds received as a result of an 
agreement with the University for the performance of research are funds belonging 
to the University, notwithstanding the fact that the agreement may have resulted 
from negotiations by an individual member of the faculty c Such funds, therefore, 
shall be administered in accordance with regular procedures governing trust funds. 

II. Other Activities 

1. Members of the faculty are permitted to accept outside service of a pro- 
fessional nature, with or without pay, only providing it conforms to the following 
stated principles. 

(a) A faculty member undertaking outside service shall inform the head of 
his department of the nature and extent of such activities and must obtain 
prior permission from the head of the department and the Dean of his College 
or School before undertaking such outside service. A department head under- 
taking outside service shall inform his dean of the nature and extent of such 
activities and must obtain prior permission from the dean before undertaking 
such service. A record of all such outside service shall be reported to the 
Provost. 

When approved by the department head and dean, members of the Faculty 
are permitted to teach under the four-college cooperative plan at approved 
salaries which have been established by the Four-College Cooperative Plan, 
Teaching for the University at other off- campus locations may, when approved, 
be compensated at such rates as the Trustees may determine. 

(b) No member of the faculty shall accept or retain employment which would 
bring him as an expert, or in any other capacity, into conflict with the 
interests of the University or its programs of Cooperative Extension and Con- 
trol Service or the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; and if in his opinion, pro- 
posed employment might involve such conflict, he shall disclose the relevant 
facts when seeking the permission required under (a) above. 

(c) As a state-supported institution the University is under obligation to 
render service to the people of the Commonwealth so far as this may be 
practical. The appropriate school dean or other University officer shall 
decide whether and to what extent this obligation can be met in the circum- 
stances of any particular case. 



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(d) The University assumes no responsibility for private professional 
service rendered by members of the faculty. When a faculty member does 
work in a private capacity he must make it clear to those who employ him 
that his work is unofficial. No official University stationery or forms 
shall be used in connection with such work nor shall the name of the 
University be used in any advertising or in any other way without the ex- 
press consent of the University, given in writing by the President. 



2. If University facilities, equipment, or supplies are required for 
private professional services, approval for the use of such facilities, equipment 
or supplies must be obtained from the department head and dean, A reasonable fee 
shall be paid to the University for the use of such facilities, equipment and 
supplies. This fee shall be determined by the Treasurer of the University upon 
the recommendation of the respective dean. 



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PROSPECTUS FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF 
THE MASSACHUSETTS POPULATION RESEARCH INSTITUTE 



I, Purpose: 

Concern for the nature of population growth and change is assuming an in- 
creasingly important role in contemporary thought. As the coverage and depth 
of demographic data expand, there arises a need for the training of personnel 
capable of interpreting these data and applying the knowledge thus gained to 
the practical problems facing today's administrators and planners. More 
specifically, the United States and Massachusetts State censuses provide a 
wealth of data potentially of value in long range planning by the University 
and the Commonwealth, as well as in the development of a highly valuable re- 
source for scholarly research. Although, as a university we are primarily 
interested in the latter, there is no ouestion but that the former should be 
of some concern. These two purposes, the service and the scholarly, underlie 
the proposed formal establishment of the Massachusetts Population Research 
Institute as an adjunct to the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, 
University of Massachusetts* 

lit Organization: 

The Institute will be administratively within the Department of Sociology 
and Anthropology* The Director of the Institute will be a member of the 
University faculty recommended by the Chairmen of the Department of Sociology 
and Anthropology to the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and the 
Provost, All other professional personnel of the Institute will be recom- 
mended by the Chairman of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology in 
the same manner. The appointment of graduate students to Institute fellow- 
ships will be on the recommendation of the Director of the Institute and will 
follow the regular University policy for granting graduate stipends. 

The Institute will have a policy board appointed by the President consisting 
of at least four members: the Institute Director, the Chairman of the 
Department of Sociology-Anthropology, the Dean of the Graduate School, and 
at least one other member from the University faculty or administration, 
other educational institutions, and/or appropriate private industries or non- 
profit agencies. This board will meet as necessary to review the policies 
of the Institute and make recommendations,, 

The Director of the Institute will maintain liaison with the Dean of the 
Graduate School and the Coordinator of Research so that the activities of 
the Institute affecting graduate training and research will conform to Univer- 
sity policies developed at this level. All graduate students who make use of 
Institute files and other facilities in theses and dissertations for higher 
degrees will be responsible to the advisory committees of their major depart- 
ments and any reconmerdations for the granting of higher degrees to these 
graduate students will originate in their major departments according to the 
regulations set up by the Dean of the Graduate School* 

The activities of the Institute will be subject to review and recommendations 
of the University Research Council, All grants and contracts entered into 
by the Institute will be administered as trust funds by the Treasurer of the 



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University and will be subject to approval by the Board of Trustees of the 
University. 

If and when a University Research Foundation is established, the Institute 
may be considered for incorporation as a branch of the Foundation* 

III. Personnel: 

The present personnel of the Institute consists of Dr. Thomas 0. Wilkinson 
of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology as Institute Director, four 
graduate students on graduate assistantships supported by the Extension 
Service, College of Agriculture, and a half-time clerk* Any future expansion 
of professional personnel will be on the recommendation of the Chairman of the 
Department of Sociology- Anthropology to tha Dean of the College of Arts and 
Sciences and the Provost. Graduate fellowships will be increased as necessary 
from funds available through the grants of sponsors of Institute projects. 

IV. History of the Institute: 

In August, 1961, representatives of the Department of Sociology and Anthro- 
pology and the Department of Agricultural and Food Economics met with 
President Lederle, Provost Woodside and Dean Hunsberger. This meeting was 
called specifically to explore the possibilities for creating the Population 
Institute. At this time the Department of Sociology and Anthropology re- 
ceived the informal approval of President Lederle to set up the Institute on 
a trial basis. Dr. Thomas 0. Wilkinson of the Department of Sociology- 
Anthropology was to act as director with funds supplied through Dr. John 
Blackmore of the Department of /igricultural and Food Economics. Two graduate 
fellowships and clerical assistance were made available for the processing 
and analyzing of Massachusetts population data contained in the I960 United 
States Census. The research reports of the Institute were to serve as back- 
ground material for the planning and implementing of statewide programs in 
agricultural, home economics and 4-H extension work. During the year 1961- 
62, the Population Institute received funds in the amount, of $8,000 under 
this arrangement. During this trial year a basic source file for Massachu- 
setts* population was completed. This file consists of three sets of McBee 
Keysort cards for each administrative unit (cities and towns), county, and 
standard metropolitan area for the State: age-sex structure, occupational- 
industrial structure, and family-educational structure. 

The first analysis undertaken from these data is contained in a working paper, 
Massachusetts Population Growth and Redistributions 1950-1960 > now in the 
process of publication „ An age-sex structure and growth analysis of the 
Springfield-Chicopee-Holyoke metropolitan area is contained in a second work- 
ing paper, D emographic Correlates of Metropolitan Growth ^ also in the process 
of publication. 

For the year 1962-63, a total of $13,000 has been committed by the College of 
Agriculture and $1,700 has been committed by the Department of Agricultural 
and Food Economics for a continuation of the Population Institute. Institute 
personnel now consists of Dr. Wilkinson as director, four holders of graduate 
fellowships and a half-time clerk. In addition, informal permission has been 
granted for Professor Wilkinson to be placed on a one-half time teaching 
appointment to the Department of Sociology-Anthropology so that he may serve 
as Institute Director for the year 1962-63 



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The major portion of the Institute's projects for the coming year will again 
be in terms of the specific requirements of the Extension Service and the 
Department of Agricultural and Food Economics, but pending formal Trustee 
approval of the Population Institute two areas of expansion are contemplated: 

(1) The integration of the Institute into the existing Ph.D. program in 
the Department of Sociology and Anthropology. In addition to Professor 
Wilkinson, Dr. Edwin Driver, Dr. George Mair of Smith College and Dr. Hilda 
Hertz Golden (who is currently on a part-time appointment to the Department 
of Sociology and Anthropology) are specialists in the area of population 
analysis. Within the framework of Four College cooperation it is anticipated 
that a sequence of graduate courses can be evolved constituting a specialty 
in demographic analysis. Until this time it has not been possible to offer 
demography as an area of specialty at the Ph.D. level. With the establish- 
ment of the Population Institute, training and research facilities of a Fh.D. 
quality will be available. Graduate students interested in the field of 
population analysis will have the opportunity to integrate their courses with 
the practical research experience the Institute can provide c It becomes 
possible for these students to utilize Institute data for theses and disser- 
tations for their higher degrees. 

(2) After demonstrating the utility of the Population Research Institute, 
and after havin in hand a series of Institute publications; application will 
be made for foundation support of the Institute* T .ith foundation support, 

the scops of the Institute can be expanded from the state to a national or 
international level. The Institute can and will continue to produce studies 
of a specialized nature geared to the needs of sponsors, but the overall aim 
will be for the collection and analysis of data within the broadest possible 
frame,, As the Institute demonstrates its capacity for useful demographic 
production, contracts for specialized researcn arranged on a trust fund basis 
with public agencies and private industrial or commercial concerns become 
feasible,, It is anticipated that through foundation and private contract 
income, the Institute can become financially a self-supporting organization* 



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5000 beds and 2550 dining seats to be provided by September of 1969* 
The requests for these facilities can be made most logically in terms 
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In accordance with eha action of the Board of Trustees a xse hereby 
you as financial counselors to analyse and ©upervise the security holdj 
the Trust and Agency Opiating Ftend of the Oniveraitf of Massachusetts 
advise us from time to time concerning the changes therein that you may consider 
expedient a 

St is our understanding that your services will follow the general procedure 
outlined below s 

lc Vou will, raak& semi-annual appraisals and analyses! of the 
securities In the Operating Fund as of September 1 and 
February io 

2 e This list will be under your regular supervision, whl&h may 
load to purchase or sale recommendations whenever thay seem 
advisable,. Such recommendations nay be mad® by telephone 
and confirmed by latter Final decision on any recommendation 

is to be made by ua« We may than enter the orders to effect 
the transaction or you are to do so, if e* wish you to handle 
thesio 

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Massachusetts* to discuss Investment policies in more detail <> 

It is understood that we shall not hold you liable in respect to receamendatioas. 
aetien» or failure to act except lor bad faith or gross negligancec 

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or at the beginning of any quarter thereafter t is to continue in 
written notice to the contrary is given by one of us 



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MINUTES OF ANNUAL MEETING OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
February 12, 1963, 12:30 p.m., Statler Hilton Hotel, Boston 

PRESENT: His Excellency Endicott Peabody, 
Governor of the Commonwealth and 
President of the Board of Trustees, 
Frank L. Boyden, Chairman of the 
Board of Trustees, John W. Lederle, 
President of the University, Trustees 
Haigis, Fox, Pumphret, Frechette, 
Brown, Brett, Croce, Healey, Furcolo, 
Thompson, Solomon, S chuck, Troy, 
Crowley, Plimpton. Secretary Ryan, 
Treasurer Johnson, Provost Woods ide. 
Also present, Morris Goldings, 
Assistant Secretary-Treasurer of the 
University of Massachusetts Building 
Authority and Austin Broadhurst, Bond 
Counsel for the Massachusetts Build- 
ing Authority. 

The provisions of Chapter 626 of the Acts of 1958 having 
been complied with, and a quorum of the Board of Trustees being 
present and acting throughout, Chairman Boyden called the meeting 
to order. The Chairman introduced His Excellency Endicott Peabody, 
Governor of the Commonwealth and President of the Board of Trustees. 
Governor Peabody spoke briefly, expressing his pleasure at attend- 
ing the meeting and being a member of the Board. He complimented 
the Board on the progress which had been made at the University and 
expressed the hope that such progress would continue. If the Uni- 
versity succeeds in moving ahead in quality and excellence, it will 
have a salutary influence on all of public higher education in the 
Commonwealth. 

Upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 

VOTED ; To approve the minutes of the meeting of 
January 16, 1963 as distributed by the 
Secretary to the members of the Board. 

Trustee Pumphret, Chairman of the University of Massachu- 
setts Building Authority, reported that Project #2 was experiencing 
difficulties of two kinds: 

1. There has been significant delay in the comple- 
tion of work according to schedule and 

2. The architect (Hugh Stubbins & Associates) has 
found it necessary to question the quality of 
some of the work performed. 



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Report of 

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UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 

Trustee Pumphret introduced Mr. Goldings, Assistant 
Secretary-Treasurer of the University of Massachusetts Building 
Authority, who explained further that there are two basic problems 
with respect to the contractor: 

1. The usual problems resulting from low bid con- 
tractors, namely a large number of requests for 
extra orders which the Authority and the archi- 
tect consider to be covered in the specifica- 
tions and contract itself and 

2. The type of construction planned for the build- 
ing, while not radically new, is unfamiliar to 
the contractor. 

Trustee Pumphret introduced Mr. Stubbins who reported on 
the current status of Project 2 and the status of planning for 
Project 3. In the course of general discussion, Mr. Stubbins 
commented on the present difficulties with Project 2. He showed 
sketches and charts of the elevation, layout and placing of the 
groups 1, 2 and 3 of Project 3. This project consists of 2 high-rise 
buildings (22 stories high) and 4 low buildings (3 to 4 stories 
high), also a dining commons which makes up the unit. The dormitory 
will accommodate 1840 students and it is expected to be completed 
by 1965. It is located at the corner of Sunset Avenue and North 
Hadley Road (southwest corner) . Mr. Pumphret indicated that further 
attention would be given to the matter of elevators for the high- 
rise buildings contemplated for group 3. 

Trustee Pumphret said that no vote was being asked of the 
Board at this time, but that his report was intended to keep the 
Board abreast of developments in Projects 2 and 3. 



Trustee Pumphret introduced Attorney Austin Broadhurst, 
bond counsel for the University of Massachusetts Building Authority, 
who reported that the Board may wish to consider certain amendments 
to the legislation establishing the Building Authority. In the 
course of his remarks, Attorney Broadhurst indicated that it may be 
advisable to seek legislative changes which would permit the Build- 
ing Authority to link the financing of projects together rather than 
continue the present system which requires each project be inde- 
pendently financed, with the revenue of each project determined in 
accordance with the amortization requisites; consider requesting 
legislative authorization for the sale, conveyance or leasing of 
buildings (as well as lands, already possible) by the Trustees of 
the University of Massachusetts to the Building Authority to the 
end that the revenue above operating expenses of the dormitory 
facilities at the University might be used in conjunction with the 
overall financed plan for building construction at the University. 
After general discussion and upon motion being duly made and 
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VOTED : To refer consideration of legislative changes 
with respect to the Building Authority to the 
Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees 
for further study and subsequent report of 
recommendations to the Board. 

Trustee Haigis, Chairman of the Committee on Buildings 
and Grounds, reported that Sasaki Walker & Associates had reviewed 
the preliminary sketches and the general plans of architect Stubbins 
& Associates and considered the proposed group #1 of Project 3 to 
be excellent for the University. In the course of general 
discussion, the Trustees expressed the hope that, in so far as 
possible, request for votes and actions by the Board in matters re- 
lating to the Building Authority be circulated to the membership of 
the Board as far in advance of the meeting as possible. 

Attorney Austin Broadhurst explained to the Board that a 
formal request to the Building Authority is necessary in order to 
proceed with the construction plans. After general discussion and 
upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 



VOTED : 



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on September 21, 1961 the Trustees (the 
Trustees) of the University of Massachusetts 
(the University) adopted a resolution request- 
ing the University of Massachusetts Building 
Authority (the Authority) to initiate studies 
for a dormitory complex for approximately 
1,000 students for occupancy by September 1, 
1964; 

on February 27, 1962 the Trustees adopted a 
resolution requesting the Authority to build 
dining facilities to seat between 900 and 
1,000 students for use by September 1, 1964; 

on December 4, 1962 the Trustees authorized 
a written request to the Authority that it, 
among other things, construct a building to 
house 900 to 1,000 students and a building 
to provide dining facilities for between 900 
to 1,000 students at one time; 

the Trustees have determined that the dormi- 
tory complex should be constructed to provide 
approximately 1,840 additional beds, that the 
dining facilities should seat between 1,800 
and 2,000 persons at one time, and that a 
structure to accommodate approximately 20,000 
persons as spectators at outdoor events should 
be provided; 



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Authorization 
to Building 
Authority to 
plan and 
construct 



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UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 

Whereas the Authority is authorized by Chapter 773 
of the Acts of 1960, among other things, to 
construct, equip and furnish dormitories, 
dining commons and other buildings and 
structures for the use of the University, 
its students and other persons, organizations 
and associations referred to in Section 3 of 
said Chapter 773 upon written request made by 
authority of the Trustees; Now, Therefore 

Be It Resolved That John W, Lederle, president of 

the University, be and he hereby is authorized 
in the name and on behalf of the Trustees to 
make a written request of the Authority that 
the Authority plan, construct, equip and 
furnish buildings to house approximately 1,840 
students, buildings to provide dining facili- 
ties for between 1,800 and 2,000 persons at one 
time, and a structure to accommodate approxi- 
mately 20,000 persons as spectators at outdoor 
events, said structure also to provide such 
dressing room, toilet and other facilities as 
the Authority shall determine to be appropriate, 
each of said buildings and structures to be for 
the use of the University, its students and 
other persons, organizations and associations 
referred to in Section 3 of said Chapter 773 
and to repair, maintain and operate said build- 
ings and structure and to construct, install, 
maintain and repair approaches thereto, drive- 
ways, walkways, parking areas and other in- 
cidental facilities, and to do planting and 
landscaping, necessary or appropriate in the 
determination of the Authority, as approved 
in writing by the president or by such other 
officer or officers of the University or of 
the Trustees as may hereafter be authorized 
by the Trustees or by the Executive Committee 
thereof so to act, for said building or 
buildings; 

Resolved Further That the desired date of occupancy 
of said buildings and structure be not later 
than September 1, 1965, and that said buildings 
and structure be constructed as a single 
project or as multiple projects, alone or in 
combination with other buildings which may be 
requested by authority of the Trustees, all as 
the Authority may determine; 

Resolved Further That each of said resolutions adopted 
September 21, 1961, February 27, 1962 and 
December 4, 1962 be and hereby is altered and 
amended to conform to the foregoing preambles 
and resolutions. 



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Trustee Healey, Chairman, reported that the Finance 
Committee had met prior to the meeting and discussed the bonding 
requirements for officials at the University of Massachusetts. The 
committee generally favored increasing the level of the bond and 
broadening its coverage, and was investigating the matter further. 
The committee will report to the Board at a subsequent time specific 
proposals for the amount and kind of bonds recommended by the 
committee. 

At the request of the Chairman of the Board, the President 
presented to the Board the list of personnel actions. After general 
discussion and upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 
unanimously 

VOTED : To approve the personnel actions set forth 
in Document 63-079 which is hereby attached 
to and made part of these minutes. 

Every personnel action shall be subject to 
the policies and procedures now in effect and 
as subsequently amended, revised, added to or 
repealed by the Board of Trustees with respect 
to professional personnel under provisions of 
Chapter 75 of the General Laws as amended by 
Chapter 648 of the Acts of 1962. The classi- 
fication, salary range and descriptive job 
specification, salary range and descriptive 
job specification for each position to which 
a member of the professional staff is hereby 
appointed, promoted, transferred or determined 
shall be as hereafter determined by the Board 
of Trustees or under their authority. 

Trustee Healey, Chairman, reported that the ad hoc Medical 
Dean Search Committee had met with all members being present. After 
clarifying some procedures to be followed, the committee had already 
compiled a list of potential candidates. The committee invited all 
members of the Board who were interested to remain after the Board 
meeting for another meeting of the ad hoc committee. Among other 
things, the committee agreed that its procedures will include 
absolute and complete disclosure of candidates and actions of the 
committee, with the understanding that such information is confi- 
dential considering the professional status of the persons involved 
and the highly personal nature of the information. The committee 
is interested in searching the entire country for the best possible 
candidates. 

President Lederle reported that Dr. Glenn T. Seaborg - 
LL.D. had accepted the invitation to give the major address on 
April 29, 1963. Upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 
unanimously 

VOTED : To approve the conferring of the Doctor of 
Laws degree (honoris causa ) on Dr. Glenn T. 
Seaborg. 



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Report of 
F inance 
Committee 






Personnel 
Actions 



Report of the 
ad hoc Medical 
Dean Search 
Committee 



Major 

Speaker for 
Charter Day 
1963 



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TRUSTEE 



Civil Defense 

Training 

Program 



Report of 
Nominat ing 
Committee 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 

President Lederle also reported on the present status of 
actions to secure a major speaker for Commencement exercises. 

President Lederle reported to the Board that the Office 
of Civil Defense, U.S. Department of Defense, has requested the Uni- 
versity to provide certain training services for a one-year period. 
In the course of discussion, it was pointed out that a contract 
would be negotiated with the Office of Civil Defense, if the Board 
approved, whereby all costs of education would be covered. The 
purpose of the contract was to provide training for persons who 
would become Office of Civil Defense trainers in the field. After 
general discussion and upon motion being duly made and seconded, 
it was 

VOTED ; To authorize the Treasurer to negotiate a 
contract with the Office of Civil Defense, 
U.S. Department of Defense, for the. purpose 
of providing a training program at the 
University of Massachusetts. 

Trustee Crowley reported the recommendations of the 
Nominating Committee as follows: 

President - His Excellency, Endicott Peabody 
Chairman - Frank L. Boyden 
Secretary - John W. Ryan 
Treasurer - Kenneth W. Johnson 



Executive Committee 



Frank L. Boyden, Chairman 
Alden C. Brett 
Dennis M. Crowley 

Committee on Faculty and Program of Study 



J. John Fox 
Joseph P. Healey 
George L. Pumphret 



Victoria S chuck, Chairman 
Dennis M. Crowley 
John W. Haigis 

Committee on Agriculture and Horticulture 



Owen B. Kiernan 
Calvin Plimpton 
Most Rev. Christopher 

Wei don 



Alden C. Brett, Chairman 
Harry D. Brown 
Fred C. Emerson 

C ommittee on Buildings and Grounds 
John W. Haigis, Chairman 
Alden C. Brett 
Harry D. Brown 

Committee on Finance 



Joseph P. Healey, Chairman 
Alden C. Brett 
Fred C. Emerson 



Ernest Hoftyzer 
Charles H. McNamara 



Kathryn F. Furcolo 
Victoria Schuck 
Hugh Thompson 



J. John Fox 
George L. Pumphret 



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Committee on Recognized Student Activities 

Kathryn F. Furcolo, Chairman John W. Haigis 
Edmund J. Croce Hugh Thompson 

Alfred Frechette 



Committee on Legislation 

George L. Pumphret, Chairman 
Fred C. Emerson 
Ernest Hoftyzer 

Committee on Athletics 

Dennis M. Crowley, Chairman 
Harry D. Brown 
Edmund J. Croce 



Hugh Thompson 
Frederick S. Troy 



J. John Fox 
Hugh Thompson 
Frederick S, Troy 



Upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 
unanimously 

VOTED : To accept the report of the Nominating 
Committee and to elect to the posts the 
persons recommended by the Nominating 
Committee as set forth in the report of 
the committee as cited in these minutes. 

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned 
at 3:30 p.m. 



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63-079 

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UKXVE£SXT¥ OF MASSACHUSETTS 
Personnel Actions 
February 12, 1963 

Every personnel action shall be subject to the policies and procedures 
now in effect as subsequently amended, revised, added to or repealed by the Board 
of Trustees with respect to professional personnel under provisions of Chapter 
75 of the General Laws as amended by Chapter 648, 1962. The classification, 
salary range and 'descriptive Job specification for each position to which a 
member of the professional staff is hereby appointed, promoted, transferred or 
determined shall be as hereafter determined by the Board of Trustees or under 
their authority. 

APPQITOig&IS 

BAREdS, Leone, Instructor in English, U of H (1/3 time), effective January 31, 
1963 at $40.00 per waek ($1,040 -second semester). B.A. University of 
Minnesota, 1947; M.A. Harvard, 1949. She has taught at the University of 
Massachusetts for several years in both a part time and full time capacity. 



\% 



BI&&, Mario J. a., Instructor in Sociology & anthropology, U of M, effective 
September 1, 1963 at $130.50 per week ($6, 7 86 -annual rate). B.A. Columbia 
University, 195£. Assistant in Anthropology, Columbia, 1960-62; lecturer in 
Anthropology, City College, 1961; lecturer at Queens College, 1962; instructor 
at Finch College, 1962 to present. 

CABMP, Joseph, 01 Graduate .assistant U of M in Geology (1/3 time) , effective 
January 31, 1963 at $32. 58 per weak ($1,694. 33 -annual rate). B.A. Banter 
College, 1962 and has been a graduate student in residence since September, 1962. 

CASE* George M. , 01 Graduate Assistant U of M in English (7/20 time), 
effective January 31, 1962 at $34.21 per week ($839.52~ansual rate). B.A. 
Collage of booster. 

F.tUGETTE, Joseph M. > Freshman Hockey Coach, effective January 1, 1963 to 

March 4, 1963 at $55.55 per week ($500 for the season) to be paid from 03 funds, 

FOHLHS, Charles X, , Instructor U of M in Mechanical Engineering, effective 
January 31, 1963 and during illness of Dr. Trishman, at $97.75 per week 
($5083»QQ-aai2ual rate), He completed work for his B.S.M.E. in February. 

G&O&f, Charles, 01 Graduate Assistant U of H in Geology (2/10 time), effective 
January 31, 1963 at $19.55 per week ($1,016. 60 -annual rate). 

HA1EIS, Lois, Instructor U of M in English (1/3 time), affective January 31, 
1963 at $40.00 per week ($1,040 -second semester). B.A, University of Illinois, 
1944; M.A. University of Cincinnati, 1947. Instructor, University of 
Cincinnati, 1944-47; instructor, University of California at Los Angeles, 
1949-50; instructor, Mftrygrova College for Women, 1954-55; instructor at Wayne 
State University, 1950-60. 

B22&0 Edward, Visiting Lecturer U of H in Art, effective January 31, 1963 at 
$46*19 par week ($850 -for second semester, to be paid from 03 Bunds. He holds an 
MoFoA„ degree and is presently an instructor in art at Smith College. 



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APPOHMSSXS (continued) 

KAY, Barbara A., Assistant Professor U of M of Sociology, effective 
September 1, 1963 at $160.75 per week ($8 ,359 -annual rate), B.S , M.A. and 
Ph.D., Ohio State Research assistant, Ohio State, 1955-58; instructor, 
Hhit tenters University, 1958-59; assistant instructor, Ohio State, 1959-60; 
assistant professor, north Illinois University, 1961 to present. 

S&S&&E&, Ronald, Instructor U of H in Remanee Languages, effective 
September 1, 1963 at $116.75 per week ($6,071-anmsal rate). B.a. Brooklyn 
College, 1959; M.A. University of Connecticut, 1961. He is presently working 
toward Ph.D. at University of Connecticut. 



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THG&PSG&, Jack M. , Assistant Professor U of M of History, effective September 1, 
1963 at $145.25 per week ($7,553*annual rate). B.A,, H.Ed, and Ph.D., Univer- 
sity of South Carolina. Teacher of history and social studies, Sauclair High 
School, So. Carolina. 1950-54$ assistant professor, University of So. Carolina, 
1958-62; visiting assistant professor, University of Massachusetts, 1960-61. 

REIK5TAm%&rS 

HQ£23ES« Francis W. , Associate Professor "A", U of M, Entomology and Plant 
Pathology, effective July 1, 1963 at $192.50 per week ($10,010-annual rate). 
Has been on aabbatlgal leave since Sept etcher 1, 1962. 

H2EKS, Jerome, Associate Professor, U of M, Psychology, effective January 31, 
1963 at $217.78 per week ($9, 321 -annual rate). Has bean on leave of absence 
without pay for first semester. 



,, Barbara, Instructor U of M in English (1/2 time), effective January 31, 
1963 at $60.00 per week ($3 , 120»asnual rate). Has been on leave of absence 
without pay. 

H2K2HG2XH, Mrs. Alice L. , Instructor "A", U of M, Hose Economies (1/2 time), 
effective February 3, 1963 at $61.87 per week ($3,217. 50«annual rate). Has 
been on leave of absence without pay. 



TEABSFiR m &mmmm® 



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t, Alam Ho , from Associate Prof oasor "a" , U of H, ^rleultural & Food 
Economies (under Economic B&seareh Fund) to Associate Professor "a", u of M, 
Agricultural & Food Economics, at $185.25 per week ($9 4> 633-annual rate). 



RBAPPQIlMEm? ft HCBEASB IB TIMS 

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G3U3E2S, Hilda from Visiting Lecturer U of M la Sociology (1/3 time) to 
Visiting Lecturer U of M In Sociology (2/3 time), effective March 3, 1963 
at $96.50 per week ($5,018-amnual rate). 






Ill 



wbease mro® 



3, 



8AHB83F, Z&e R. , Jr. , froa 01 Graduate Ass £o tent U of M in Boeiiiass Ad- 

oiaifttctttlGD (1/3 tinss) to 01 Graduate Assistant U of M in Besinesa Ad- 
ministration (1/2 time), effective J&aeary 31 9 1.963 at $48.75 per week 
:,535~£asual rate). 



TKM9XJ5, Sydasy, from Instructor U of H in Eosaaeee l&ssgeages (& A tisse) to 
Instructor 13 of M In Scsssssaee Languages (1/2 tisa&}, effective January 31, 1963 
fit $48.75 per im&k ($2,535wboiual rata), 



TZLI&S&29,, Cynthia L«, from ©1 Graduate Assistant U of M in Mathessaties (1/6 t 

to 01 Gr&iuat© Assistant U of M in Mathcisaties (1/3 tisaa) 9 effective 
Mvm,zy 31, 1963 et $32. SO per seek ($1 ,690-anseal rate). 



) 



IBCRBA&JB ASHK2I08AX, COMVSBSATXCai 

3$2OT S H.X.U. , Eaad of Heparttaent U of M of Goolegy (1/2 time), from $111. 
$®r iseek to $122. SS pa? t?eek, effective SovceiBber 11, 1962 on contract AF 19 
(628}«298, 1350-21«03. 



AODXTXGS&L C0SffS8SA7IOS3 



!, Ster&se E. , Itesign 
Jaasary 15 to Jto3 9, 1963 
«lay 9 to be paid fress 



1 day per 
GF»504. 



Engineering for the period 
or a to&al of 6 days at $51.93 



dUS^Tj, Farias , 01 Graduate Assistant U of U in Geology to ^ork as Eessareh 
Asaistusnt on Ait' Force Coatseet QG&*12*63«»1 for she period January 31 to 
Atsgudt 31, 1963 at the ret© of $20.40 per week. 



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M.S. for physical es&ssinatiens perforssed for certain cisse&ers 
of the Peace Cor^& training project. These esadcations *?ere don© outside of 
his regular duties as staff sesfeer of the Health Services. Payment should he 
charged to student Health Servians Trust Fund - 3 physical examinations at 

$15.00 (total 14.5.00). 



, Richard K. , M.D« for physical e2*8ffiinations porformd for certain 
senders? of Peace C@rps training project. These esftniaationa eere dees outside 
of regular duties e© staff maaber of the Health Service*. Fayaaant should be 

charged t© Student Health Services Trust Fend - 5 physical e&arainatioea at 
$15*00 (total $75.0®). 



of Peace 



were 



for certain 
outside 



C. , H.B. for physical examinations 
trainisog project. These esaoisatiens 

csaaoar of the Health Services, Payoaat 
Services Trust Famd • 4 physical m&$&$s&t$0m at $15. 



of regular 

to 
(total 



„ Rooers, 
paid a total of 
Pi££3f laid Prcgras for 



Professor u of M of General 
for services as Coordis&tor of the 
period jasuory 31 to June 9, 19 
t&e toseral Electric Trust fund. 



ss and Finance to 
General Electric 

to be paid £ Tarn 



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SMX!E£, H.X.U. , Head of Bsfsstasat II cf M of Geology for tins period February I 
to 14, 1963 usdex contract A? 19 (62S)-298, 1350-21-03 «t the rate of #122. 8$ 
pes* %mth. To transfer to &S? &s&®& GA-21 on Febraagy 15, 1963 fa? a 12 *seek 

period, ending isay 9, 1963 &t tha rat© of $122.88 per treefe. Dr. Sssitfe Is an 
sabbst ical leave at half aalary for the period Septamb&r l s 19&2 to Aagtsst 21, 
19*3. 



B&vid, dl Graduate Assistant, U of &t, la Geology to tsork as Baseareh 
Assistant ss3 Air Force Contract 0S&-12-62-1 for the period jaasaary 31 to 
Assgssst 31, 1963 as tha rate of $20*40 par s»e&. 



FXTTSg?2S2& G* E. fft08EA& 



adafr-tt m n'ii nuai wi w m jM » *im t mi& + \* + * * * *m3» 



Approval is reuses ted for tha appoin&s&at of the following iadividuala 
the Fittafisld Program for the Sprite , 1963, eeaast@r, beginning 
Jassiary 23, 1963 through tha «eek of May 19, 1963 for a total of i? 



for 



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AfiGSLL, Ci&renee 

BAKR053, Iseoa 
CABVE&, Claries E., Jr. 
EE1£J!ES5£EBHE S Herbert 
HA8XS* Louia 
FXEBCS, Asses 
SAVZSXED, Jay 
STAirmwaa. mat 



Title 

3?rof • U of M 
Asst.Pref. u of H 
Prof. U of M 
Asst.Pref. U of h 
Assoc. Fsaf. G. £. 
Assoc. Frof. S.Adaias 
Asst.Fr&f. U of M 
Baser. U of H 



940.67 
1,620,66 
1,209.00 
1,239.32 
1,035.50 

700.92 
1,079.00 



Speech 3 
English 26 
Mathematics 193 
B. E. 42 
Mathesiatiee 32 
History 6 
Speech 3 
Physics 1S5 



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MINUTES OF MEETING OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
March 11, 1963, 12:30 p.m., Statler Hilton Hotel, Boston 



tUSTEE 



PRESENT 



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President Lederle, Trustees Crowley, 
Haigis, Croce, Healey, Plimpton, 
Emerson, Thompson, McNamara, Brown, 
Troy, Puraphret, Solomon, Frechette, 
Kiernan, Fox, Schuck, Secretary Ryan, 
Provost Woodside, Treasurer Johnson 
and Mr. Robert Gordon. 

The provisions of Chapter 626 of the Acts of 1958 having 
been complied with, and a quorum of the Board of Trustees being 
present and acting throughout, the meeting was called to order by 
President Lederle in the absence of Chairman Boyden. Upon motion 
being duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To elect Trustee Dennis Crowley Chairman 
pro tern, for the meeting. 

The Chairman pro tern, read a letter from Governor Peabody 
informing the Board that Mr. Robert Gordon had been appointed by 
the Governor to be his representative at meetings of the Board of 
Trustees, Mr. Robert Gordon was in attendance and was introduced 
to the membership. 

Judge Samuel Blassberg was introduced, and he reported to 
the Board regarding the status of negotiations for several pieces 
of property. 

After over a year of negotiation, the University has 
reached the best position regarding agreement on the price to be 
paid for the Szymkowicz property in the opinion of Judge Blassberg. 
Treasurer Johnson presented three independent appraisals on the 
property. After general discussion, upon motion being duly made 
and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED: To pay to Frank Szymkowicz of Amherst, Massa- 
chusetts the sum of sixteen thousand ($16,000) 
dollars for his property situate in Amherst, 
Massachusetts and taken by eminent domain pro- 
ceedings by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts 
for the use of the Trustees of the University 
of Massachusetts. The said Frank Szymkowicz 
shall have the privilege of remaining on the 
premises until July 1, 1963. Taxes on said 
premises for the year 1962 are to be paid in 
full by the said Frank Szymkowicz. The afore- 
said payment is in accordance with an offer of 
settlement made to the University of Massachu- 
setts by Frank Szymkowicz on the date of 
February 7, 1963. 



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Governor's 
Represent at ive 



Report of 
Buildings & 
Grounds 
Committee 



Szymkowicz 
Property 



2478 



TRUSTEE 



Tokasz 
Property 



Ocicki 
Property 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 

Judge Blassberg then reviewed the negotiations and 
recommended settlement on the Tokasz property that had been taken 
by eminent domain. Three independent appraisals on the property 
were presented by Treasurer Johnson. After general discussion and 
upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED: To pay to Helen B. Tokasz of Amherst, Massa- 
chusetts, the sum of Forty thousand ($40,000) 
dollars for her property situate in Amherst, 
Massachusetts, and taken by eminent domain 
proceedings by the Commonwealth of Massachu- 
setts for the use of the Trustees of the Uni- 
versity of Massachusetts. Taxes on said 
premises for the year 1962 are to be paid in 
full by the said Helen B. Tokasz. 

The aforesaid payment is in accordance with 
an offer of settlement made to the University 
of Massachusetts by Helen B. Tokasz on the 
date of February 7, 1963. 

lo «. In . accordance wi <* Chapter 705, Acts of 1962, Item 8063- 
19 authorizing the Trustees of the University to acquire certain 
lands with the buildings thereon, for the development of the Uni- 
versity, by purchase or by eminent domain under Chapter 79 of the 
General Laws and the authority granted therein, independent 

bv P aualifLd f H the r 1 " °i the '^ and buildin " s having been made 
by qualified disinterested appraisers, and filed with Kenneth W. 

Johnson, Treasurer, on motion duly made and seconded, it was 
unanimously * 



VOTED: That the Trustees of the University purchase 

or take by eminent domain in fee, the property 
of Josepha Ocicki, situate at 214 Sunset Avenue 
in Amherst, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, 
and shown on the Amherst Town Atlas as parcel 
3, page ll-c; and that the purchase price for 
said property be Nine thousand ($9,000) dollars. 

In accordance with Chapter 705, Acts of 1962, Item 8063- 
19, authorizing the Trustees of the University to acquire certain 
lands with the buildings thereon, for the development of the Uni- 
versity, by purchase or by eminent domain under Chapter 79 of the 
General Laws and the authority granted therein, independent 

hvT^ a i S °/ , the ValUG ° f the Und and buildi *§s having been made 
by qualified disinterested appraisers, and filed with Kenneth W 
Johnson, Treasurer, on motion duly made and seconded, it was 
unanimously 



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VOTED : That the Trustees of the University purchase or 
take by eminent domain in fee, the property of 
Frederick J. , Helen M. and James Kentf ield con- 
sisting of a parcel of land with the buildings 
thereon, in Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachu- 
setts, lying northerly of Rocky Hill R.oad, more 
particularly bounded and described as folloxtfs. 

Beginning at a point in the northerly sideline 
of said Rocky Hill Road, said point marking the 
southwesterly corner of land now or formerly of 
Stephen J. and Edward J. Gralinski and the south- 
easterly corner of land now or formerly of 
Frederick J. Kentf ield et als; thence S 87° 00' 
W a distance of 288.50 feet to a point; thence 
N 89° 25' W a distance of 123.00 feet to a 
point; thence N 84° 20' W a distance of 161.00 
feet to a point; thence N 79° 40' W a distance 
of 201.00 feet to a point; thence N 82° 00' W 
a distance of 199.00 feet to a point; thence N 
88° 25' 20" W a distance of 258.48 feet to a 
pin in a Massachusetts Highway Bound, the last 
six courses being along the northerly sideline 
of Rocky Hill Road; thence N 5° 08' 30 !: E along 
the 1958 taking in conjunction with the reloca- 
tion of Route #116 a distance of 27.33 feet to 
a pin in a Massachusetts Highway Bound; thence 
N 5° 04' 10" E a distance of 1280.65 feet to a 
fence corner; thence N 70° 59' 00" E a distance 
of 1356.75 feet to a fence corner, the last two 
courses being along land now or formerly of 
Emery G. and Edith Howe; thence S 5° 27' 40" 
W along land now or formerly of said Gralinski 
a distance of 1826.16 feet to the point of be- 
ginning and containing 44.691 acres. 

The parcel described above is land conveyed to 
Frederick J. Kentfield et als by deed recorded 
in Book 904 at Page 176. 

In accordance with Chapter .705, Acts of 1962, Item 8063- 
19, authorizing the Trustees of the University to acquire certain 
lands with the buildings thereon, for the development of the Uni- 
versity, by purchase or by eminent domain under Chapter 79 of the 
General Laws and the authority granted therein, independent 
appraisals of the value of the land and buildings having been made 
by qualified disinterested appraisers, and filed with Kenneth W. 
Johnson, Treasurer, on motion duly made and seconded, it was 
unanimously 



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Property 



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Howe 
Property 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 

VOTED : That the Trustees of the University purchase 

or take by eminent domain in fee, the property 
of Emery G. and Edith Howe, consisting of a 
parcel of land with the buildings thereon in 
Hadley and Amherst, Hampshire County, Massa- 
chusetts, lying easterly of the 1958 reloca- 
tion of route #116 and northerly of Rocky Hill 
Road, being more particularly bounded and 
described as follows: 

Beginning at a pin in a Massachusetts Highway 
Bound marking the intersection of the easterly 
sideline of Route #116 with the northerly side- 
line of the 1958 relocation for Rocky Hill Road; 
thence N 5° 57' 45" E a distance of 2664.54 feet 
to a pin in a Massachusetts Highway Bound; thence 
N 25° 00' 45" B a distance of 179.56 feet to a 
pin in a 1 assachusetts Highway Bound; thence N 
50° 52' 40" E a distance of 354.69 feet to a pin 
in a Massachusetts Highway Bound; thence K 37° 
16' 40" E a distance of 221.05 feet to a concrete 
post, the last four courses being along the 
easterly sideline of said relocation for Route 
#116; thence N 81° 55' 20" E a distance of 218.78 
feet to a concrete post; thence S 1° 53' 10" W 
a distance of 459.32 feet to a concrete post; 
thence N 83° 20' 40" E a distance of 1267.26 
feet to an iron pipe; thence S 4° 54' 10" W a 
distance of 103.78 feet to an iron pipe; thence 
S 2° 36' 30" W a distance of 696.61 feet to an 
iron pipe, the last five courses being along 
other land now or formerly of the Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts, Trustees of the University of 
Massachusetts; thence S 2° 20' 40" W along land 
of owners unknown a distance of 43.04 feet to 
an iron pipe; thence S 2° 08' 00" W along land 
now or formerly of Gilbert L. Woods ide a 
distance of 248.12 feet to a fence corner; 
thence S 70° 34* 10" W along land now or 
formerly of Stephen J. and Edward J. Gralinski 
a distance of 290.51 feet to a fence corner; 
thence S 70° 59 ' 00" W a distance of 1356.75 
feet to a fence corner; thence S 5° 04' 10" W 
a distance of 1280.65 feet to a pin in a Massa- 
chusetts Highway Bound, the last two courses 
being along land now or formerly of Frederick 
J. , Helen M. & James Kentf ield; thence N 89° 
16* 30" W a distance of 47.38 feet to a pin in 
a Massachusetts Highway Bound; thence S 88° 18' 
40" W a distance of 146.53 feet to a pin in a 
Massachusetts Highway Bound; thence S 85° 45' 
30" W a distance of 307.54 feet to the point 
of beginning the last three courses being along 
the northerly sideline of the 1958 widening 
of Rocky Hill Road in conjunction with the re- 
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The parcel described above contains 77.901 
acres, is a portion of land conveyed to Emery 
G. and Edith Howe by deed recorded in Book 
1221 at Page 74. 

Trustee Haigis, Chairman of the Buildings and Grounds 
Committee, reported that he had been informed by Mr. Waldron, 
Commissioner of Administration, that the firm of Kilham, Hopkins, 
Greeley & Brodie which had been appointed by the Commission on Ad- 
ministration and Finance to make a study of the Research, In- 
struction and Service Building for College of Agriculture has de- 
clined the appointment. Therefore, Commissioner Waldron was in- 
formed that the original recommendations of the Board of Trustees 
listed James Britton first and John R. Myer second. Accordingly, 
Commissioner Waldron notified James Britton that he would be 
appointed for the job. 

Trustee Pumphret, Chairman of the Massachusetts Building 
Authority, informed the members of the Board that the annual report 
of the Authority was completed and would be distributed shortly to 
the members. He reported that Project 1 (Brett and Gorman Dormi- 
tories) have had all work completed except the landscaping which he 
expects to be finished by Commencement 1963. 

Project 2 is still subject to some disagreements between 
the architect and the contractor. The contractor is still not per- 
forming his work on time or to the satisfaction of the architect. 
The Authority is taking action to require the contractor to meet 
the terms of his contract. 

Copies of the proposed amendment to Chapter 773 of the 
General Laws had been made available for distribution to members of 
the Executive Committee for study before bringing them to the Board 
for action. 

President Lederle presented personnel actions and re- 
quested approval of the Board. After general discussion and upon 
motion being duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED ; To approve the personnel actions as set 
forth in Document 63-080 which is hereby 
attached to and made part of these minutes. 

Every personnel action shall be subject to 
the policies and procedures now in effect 
and as subsequently amended, revised, added 
to or repealed by the Board of Trustees with 
respect to professional personnel under pro- 
visions of Chapter 75 of the General Laws as 
amended by Chapter 648, 1962. The classifica- 
tion, salary range and descriptive job speci- 
fication for each position to which a member 
of the professional staff is hereby appointed, 



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Medical 
Dean Search 
Committee 
Report 



Traffic 
Rules & 
Regulations 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 



promoted, transferred or determined shall be 
as hereafter determined by the Board of 
Trustees or under their authority. 

After general discussion of special needs of the Univer- 
sity in the area of personnel and its responsibilities under 
autonomy, and upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 

VOTED : To recommend to the Committee on Faculty 
and Program of Study that it focus on the 
problems of recruiting and retaining top 
faculty members and other matters of educa- 
tional policy and that it consider rrjeeti 
with the various / 'Do fins 
within the Colleges 
University. 



it consider meeting 
on special problems' 
and Schools of the 



Mr. Healey reported for the Medical Dean Search Committee 
saying that a list of some 25 names of persons who might be con- 
sidered to be potential "candidates" has been compiled by the 
committee. To date preliminary conversations had been held with 
some people on the list but no interviews in the sense of candidate 
interviews have been arranged and all efforts to date have been ex- 
ploratory only. Dr. Solomon reported that the committee had found 
that the top people in the medical profession in the country must 
be persuaded to be interested in administrative positions such as 
Dean of the Medical School. In this the University of Massachusetts 
is learning what would be true in recruiting a Dean for any other 
Medical School. They may be interested, perhaps, in talking and ex- 
ploring with a small group including some of their own colleagues 
about the possibility of taking on an assignment, but they are un- 
willing to be interviewed as candidates. Applicants who are not 
particularly favored by the committee at this stage will have an 
opportunity at a future meeting to present their own case. 

The Chairman of the committee summarized the challenges 
the committee faced in coming to grips with the problem of finding 
the most outstanding individual for the position. 

The Treasurer reported that pursuant to the request of the 
Board of Trustees under authority of Section 32A of Chapter 648, 
Acts of 1962, a draft of recommendations for rules and regulations 
for the control, movement and parking of vehicles on the campus of 
the University and other lands of the University, and providinc 
reasonable penalties for the violation of said rules and regulations 
had been prepared and was submitted to the Trustees for their action 
In the course of general discussion of the draft of rules and regu- 
lations, it was suggested that the rules and regulations be pro- 
mulgated as proposed with various parties affected by them invited 
to review and bring to the attention of the Trustees any further 
suggestions or recommendations. After general discussion and upon 
motion being duly made and seconded, it was 



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VOTED : That the University of Massachusetts Traffic 
Rules and Regulations as set forth in Docu- 
ment 63-081 which is hereby attached and 
made part of these minutes is approved by 
the Board of Trustees. It being further 

VOTED: That the same University of Massachusetts 

Traffic Rules and Regulations are to become 
effective April 15, 1963; it being further 

VOTED : That the same University of Massachusetts 
Traffic Rules and Regulations be published 
and otherwise brought to the attention of 
affected parties along with an invitation 
to those parties to examine the said Uni- 
versity of Massachusetts Traffic Rules and 
Regulations and bring to the attention of 
the Board of Trustees any recommendations. 

The Treasurer presented to the Board of Trustees for 
their approval a map showing the proposed placement of signs indi- 
cating directions and regulations for the control of parking and 
movement of vehicles. After general discussion and upon motion 
being duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED: To approve the placement of traffic signs 
as indicated on the map entitled - Traffic 
Signs, Signals and Markings dated March 11, 
1963 which shall be placed on file in the 
Office of the Secretary of the University. 

The Acting Chairman reported that an informal session had 
been held by members of the Trustee Committee on Athletics prior to 
the meeting of the Board. The committee has decided to meet Satur- 
day morning at 10:30 a.m., March 16, 1963 on the campus of the 
University at Amherst to look further into the matter of the re- 
assignment of the Varsity Basketball Coach. The committee will 
offer the Varsity Basketball Coach an opportunity to be heard be- 
fore the committee. 

The Treasurer reported to the Board of Trustees the plans 
of the Boston Globe to prepare a supplement for the newspaper 
Sunday, April 28, 1963 featuring pictures and text dealing with the 
University of Massachusetts in connection with the Centennial 
Charter Day. 

The meeting adjourned at 3:50 p.m. 




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stary, Board o^ Trust e 



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Charter Day 



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usuvsRsm cf Massachusetts 



Personnel Actions 



March 11, 19 



Every personnel action shell be subject to the policies &nd procedures 
new is effect a® subsequently amended, revised, added to or repealed by the Board' 
of Trustees with respect to profession! personnel under provisions of Chapter 
75 of the General Laws as amended by Chapter 648 , 1962 The classification , 
salary r&sige aad descriptive job specification for each position to %?kich a 
meiaber of the professional staff is hereby appointed, promoted, transferred or 
determined shall be as hereafter determined fey the Board of Trustees or under 



$o Ellen, Visiting Lecturer* 15 of U & Education (1/5 
? 31, 1963 and not to essceed July 31, 1963 at $24*00 per 
semester) <> She will work for us again supervising some 



, effective 
ek ($1,248- 
our 



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...2LL, Elisabeth R«, Visiting Lecturer, U of H» Education (1/5 
effective January 31, 1963 and not to exceed July 31 , 1963 at $24 o ®0 pes week 

($624 ~»sacond semester)* She will be helping with the supervision of our 

student teachers 



ks Milton, Assistant Professor , U of M 9 History, effective September I, 
1963 at $157 « 25 per week (#8 , 17 7 -annual rate) BoA Brooklyn College, 1947; 
MoA University of Pennsylvania, 1948; PhoDo Columbia University, 1954 a 
part-time lecturer, Columbia College,, 1952-53; lecturer, Brooklyn College, 
1952-54; instructor, Rutgers University, 1954«*56^ instructor, He*? School for 
Social Research, 1956; assistant professor, Michigan State University, 1956- 
58; assistant professor., Williams Colfege, 1958-61; assistant professor, 
Fairlelgh Dickinson University, 1961-63 « 



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College, 



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Great Heck 
(full-time 



A , Jr , Assistant Professor , I? of &» Education, effective 
, 1963 at $151«50 per week (§7 «878-annsial rate)* B«A« St« John 
1950; MoAo Columbia University, i951; Fa- Be University of north 

(expected 1963) „ Teacher, Hew York Public School®, 1949-51; 

Public Schools, 1952-55; Instructor, University of north Carolina 
and part-time) 1959-63 . 



Education (1/5 time), effective 
1963 at $24o00 per week ($$$*• 

second gesBestar)o She will help to supervise our student teachers* 



G&BUmBz Axm Co, ¥i®iting Lecturer, U of K* 

t to exceed July 31, 



o , 

, 1963 and 



POTB£ 9 Richard Ho, Associate Professor, U of M 8 History, effective 
September l § 1963 at $177.50 per week ($9 9 230-emai8l rat©)* B<,A , M«A„ , 
Ohio State University, 1946, 1948, 1953 Q Instructor, Ohio Stat® University 
1949-51; associate professor, Southern Methodist University, 1951-63 * 



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RGBI£8 9 Lee H.S., Jr., Assistant Professor, 15 of M, Chemical Engineering, 
effective September 1, 1963 at $177.50 per week ($9 ,230 -annual rate). 
BoS. Ch.E., 1949; MoSo Ch.S. , 1956; Ph.D. (M.S.)» 1958, all from Purdue 
University. Experience: Texas Oil Company, Lswrenceville, Illinois, 1949- 
1950; BeXden Manufacturing Company, Chicago, Illinois, 1950-52; Ess© Research 
and Engineering Company » Linden, Hew Jersey, 1958 to present, 

SEXBEI^ Robert, associate Research Psychologist, U of M, Institute of Environ- 
mental Psychophysiology, effective February 15, 1963 at $205.75 per week 
($10, 699 -annual rate) B..*. Syracuse University, 1951, Ph.D. State University 
of Iowa, 1955. Research Psychologist Air Force Personnel and Training Center, 
1955-58; Research Psychologist s IBM Research Center, 1958 to present. 



F, Jean Anthony, Assistant Professor "A", U of M, Waltham Field Station, 
effective March 31, 1963 at $145.75 per week ($7,579-annuaI rate). BoA. Bepauw 

University, 1954. Expects to consplete Fh.Bo requirements at Pennsylvania State 
University in March. 

TESSIER, Versoa R. , Instructor, U of M, Finance, effective September 1, 1963 
at $151.50 per week <$7,878°annual rate). B.A, and M.A. Michigan State Uni- 
versity. He is a C.P.A. from State of Michigan and expects Ph.D. degree this 
coming fall. Taught two full years at Michigan State and Eastern Michigan 
University. Has had two years experience with a CP.A. firm at Ann Arbor, 
Michigan, 

THSIXMAH, Hard, Assistant Professor, U of M, Finance, effective September 1, 
1963 at $155,75 per week ($8,099-anaual rate). B.A. University of Illinois, 
1958; espects Ph.D. in June or August. He has bean an assistant in Economics 

and Finance at University of Illinois for past four years. 

TUB.HSR, Charles W. , Professor "A" -Ext ens ion Advisor, U of M, A2B/a£e-62/ 
Kyasaland, College of Agriculture Administration, effective M&reh 12, 1963 
at $246.13 per week ($12,799~ansual rate). B.S. University of Rhode Island, 
1938; M.S. Korth Carolina State College, 1941. Worked with Soil Conservation 
Service in Northeastern states, 1941-51; U.S» Bavy, 1942*46; County Agent, 
Worcester County Extension Service, 1951«53; Director of Worcester County 
Extension Service, 1953 to date. 



._!, Webster W. , Jr., Assistant Professor, U of M f Education (1/4 tine) „ 
effective January 31, 1963 and not to exceed July 31, 1963. He is to help 
Mr. Pippert with his undergraduate section in guidance. He will receive 
$30o00 per week (#l 9 56Q"secor.d semester) o 



TRANSFER OP ABP0IMIME13I 



PARSONS, Clarence H. , froa Professor "A", u of M, Dairy and Animal Science to 
Professor "A" -Extension Instructor, U of M AIB/afe-62/Kyasaland, College of 
Agriculture Administration, effective March 12 , 1963 at $246.13 per week 
($12,799-annual rate). 







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FBRRXGfiO, Jamas from Professor U of M, Romance Languages (1/2 time) to 
Professor U of M, Romance Languages (full-time), effective February 10, 
1963 at $216.75 per week ($11, 271 -annual rate). Has been on half time to 
work with Peace Corps. 

EMERITUS 



CLARKE, Katheri&e A , Professor of Romance Languages, Emeritus, effective 
March 1, 1963* 

ADDITIONAL COMPENSATION 

BUCKSRT, Audrey, Lecturer, Peace-Corps, effective January 29, 1963 at $37.63 
per day and not to exceed 1 day for lecturer on 1/29/63, to be paid from 
PC~W-13Q-io 

GALVXN, iiima Maria, Instructor, U of M, English (1/2 time), to be paid a 
total of $75.00 for translation services during the period 8/15/62 to 2/1/63 
from Teacher's Research Grant TR-j23-63-Green£ield (1) in the Department of 
Romance Larjguages, 

JENNXKGS, Dr, Richard Ko for 1 Physical examination (? $15.00 for Peace Corps 
training project. These examinations were done outside of hie regular duties 

as staff member of the Health Services. Payment should be charged to the 

Student Health Services Trust Fuad. 

KIM, In Ho, Assistant Professor, U of M, Chemical Engineering, to receive a 
stipend of $1800 - for the 1962-63 academic year as a Research Associate at 
the H.I. To Computation Center to be paid from the IBK Research associate Fund. 

L&RSGH, Orville K. , Consultant, 4-H, rjfective July 1, 1963 and not to exceed 

August 31, 1963, at $179=25 per week for nine weeks, from Extension Federal 

Funds -03 « 



OTHER PERSONNEL ACTIONS 



To approve the assignment of ROBERT W e KLEIS, Head of Department "A", U of K, 
Agricultural Engineering to duties at the university of California at Davis 
for the period March 25 to April 19, 1963 for the purpose of curriculum and 
research project development for improvement of the Agricultural Engineering 
Department at the University of Massachusetts. 



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UNIVE .SlTY Otf MASSACHUSETTS 
HIAFFIC 'ULES AMD REGULATIONS 



The Board of Trustees of the University of Massachusetts acting under 
the powers granted by Section 32A, Chapter 648, Acts of '52 (amending 
Chapter 75 of the General Lews of the Commonwealth) hereby adopts, subject 
to subsequent amendment or revision, the following rules and regulations 
for the use and operation of vehicles used in and about the campus of the 
University and on other lands of the University. 



Except as otherwise provided herein, the General Laws of the Common- 
wealth relating to the laws of the road and the operation of vehicles shall 
apply to the campus and other lands of the University. 

The following vehicles are specifically exempted from the provisions of 
these rules and regulations: 

a. Ihose owned by the Commonwealth or a political sub -division 
of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

b. Ihose owned by the United States Government. 

c. Ihose registered to a member of the foreign diplomatic corps 
or by a foreign consular officer who is no t a citizen of the 
United States - provided the vehicle bears a conspicuous 
registration indicating such status. 



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Article I. DEFINITIONS 

Section 1. Officer - any officer of the University Police appointed by the 
Board of Trustees under Section 32A of Chapter 648, Acts of 1962, or other 
officer authorized to direct or regulate traffic or to make arrests for the 
violation of traffic regulations. 

Section 2. Str eet or, Hig hway - the entire width between property lines of 
every way open for purposes of travel on the campus of the University or 
other land of the University. 

Section 3. Roadway - that portion of a street or highway between the regularly 
established curb line or that part, exclusive of shoulders, improved and 
intended to be used for vehicular traffic on the campus of the University or 
other land of the University. 

Section 4. Parking - the standing of a vehicle, whether occupied or not, 
otherwise than temporarily for the purpose of and while actually engaged in 
loading or unloading, or in obedience to an officer or traffic signs or signals, 
or while making emergency repairs or, if disabled, while arrangements are being 
made to move such vehicle. 

Section 5 . Parking Lot - an area or areas of the campus or other land of the 
University set aside by authority of the Board of Trustees for the purpose of 
providing space for the parking of vehicles duly registered to park thereon or 
vehicles of persons visiting or having business at the University. 



Section 6. Vehicle - every device in, upon or by which any person or property 
is or may be transported or drawn upon a street or highway, except bicycles 
without a motor or driving wheel attached. 

Section 7. Citation - A citation is a notice upon which a police officer shall 
record an occurence involving one or more automobile law violations by the 
person cited. 

S ection 8. Sta ff, F aculty and Employee - The terms "staff", "faculty" and 
"employee" apply to and include employees of Federal, Commonwealth, County, 
and Town governments and agencies which maintain offices or representatives 
on the campus or o her lands of the University. 

Section 9. Studen t - For the purpose of these rules and regulations a 
student is any person enrolled in one or more academic courses and, if 
regularly employed at the University, so employed on a less than half-time 
basis. 






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Section 1. General - It shall be the duty of the Chief and other officers 
of the University Police to enforce the provisions of these rules and 
regulations; provided, that to expedite traffic or safeguard pedestrians 
in the event of fire or other emergency, officers of the police or fire 
department may direct and control traffic, as conditions may require, not* 
withstanding the provisions of these rules and regulations. 

Section 2. As sistance - The President, Treasurer, Provost, Dean of Students, 
and/or the Ohief of the University Police may request the assistance of the 
Town of Amherst police and/or the State Police whenever in their judgment 
such assistance is necessary. 

Section 3. Temporary Parking - The Chief of the University Police is authorized 
to permit or prohibit, temporarily, parking or vehicular movement on any parking 
lot, lands, street or highway or part thereof in an impending or existing 
emergency, or for lawful assemblage, demonstration or procession. 

Section 4. Clos i ng of S t reet s or Highways . - The Chief of the University 
Police is authorized to close, temporarily, any street or highway or part 
thereof in an impending or existing emergency, or for lawful assemblage, 
demonstration or procession. 






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Sect ion 1. General - The Chief of the University Police, at the direction 
of the Board of Trustees, is authorized to place and maintain all official 
traffic signs, signals, markings and safety zones required on the campus and 
other lands of the University. Operators of vehicles used in and about the 
campus of the University shall conform to such signs, signals, markings and 
safety zones. 

Section II. Interference with Signs - Any person who willfully, intentionally 
and without right defaces or otherwise injures, removes, interferes with or 
destroys any traffic regulating sign, light, signal, or marking device lawfully 
erected or placed on the campus or other lands of the University for the 
control, movement or parking of vehicles shall be punished by a fine of not 
more than fifty dollars. 






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Sec tion 1. Gen eral - No person shall allow or permit any vehicle registered 
in his name or under his control to stand or park in any street or highway on 
the campus or other land of the University in violation of the traffic rules 
and regulations except when necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic or 
in compliance with the direction of a police officer or traffic sign or signal. 
Parking in any of the following manners shall constitute illegal parking: 



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(a) Upon any way in such a manner as to impede the removal or 
plowing of snow or ice except vehicles parked in accordance 
with approved regulations governing All Night Parking. 

(b) Upon any sidewalk. 

(c) Upon any crosswalk. 

(d) Upon any way within twenty (20) feet of an intersecting way 
except alleys. 

(e) Upon a way within ten (10) feet of a fire hydrant. 

(f) On the roadway side of any vehicle stopped or parked at the 
edge or curb of the way. 

(g) In front of a public or private driveway. 

(h) Upon any way where the parking of a vehicle will not leave 

a clear and unobstructed lane at least ten (10) feet wide 

for passing traffic, 
(i) In front of any street or highway barricade erected to 

temporarily or permanently close a way to vehicular traffic, 
(j) On land, except a designated parking lot, not designed for 

vehicular traffic such as walks, lawns and open fields. 
(k) In front of a gateway or entrance to an athletic field or 

other field or pasture. 
(1) Upon or in such a manner as to obstruct or impede the use of 

an outdoor platform scale, 
(m) In any Service Zone, except while actually engaged in loading 

or unloading, 
(n) Adjacent to any building in such a manner as to obstruct an 

exit or entrance thereto. 






Section 2. All Night Park ing; - All night parking is prohibited on any street 
or highway, and in any of the following parking areas, during the period 
December 1 to April 1: 



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North Lot (rear of Draper Hall) 

Food Technology Lot (between Food Technology Building 

and greenhouse to the east) 
Gunness Lot (west side of Gunness Laboratory) 
Women's P.E. Building Lot (west side of Women's P.E. Building) 
Mark's Meadow Lot (north side of Mark's Meadow School) 
Dining Commons Lot (west side of Dining Commons) 
Skinner Lot (north side of Skinner Mall) 

Student Union Lot (between Student Union and Hasbrouck Laboratory) 
South Lot (east of Curry Hicks P.E. Building) 
Cage Lot (south side of Men's P.E. Cage) 
South College Lots (west side of South College) 
Dickinson Hall Lot (southwest side of Dickinson Hall) 












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Se ction 1. General - The following regulations authorize the removal to 
a convenient place of vehicles parked or standing in such manner, or in such 
areas as are hereinafter described, on any way under the control of the 
University of Massachusetts. 

S ection 2. Authoriza tion of Police - The moving or towing of any vehicle under 
the provisions of this Article shall be by and at the direction of the Chief, 
Acting Chief, or Head Campus Police Officer of the University Police or such 
other Officer(s) of the rank of Sergeant or higher as he may from time to 
time designate. 

Section 3. Fees - The Board of Trustees hereby imposes upon the owner of any 
vehicle moved or towed to a convenient place, under the provisions of this 
Article, the following fees: 



( a ) ft emov a 1 or _ t ow in g fee 

Not to exceed eight dollars ($8.00). 

(b) Storage fees 

1. Not to exceed one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) 
for any twenty-four hour period. 

2. Not to exceed one dollar ($1.00) for any period 
less than twenty-four hours. 

Section 4. Liability for Damage During R emova l or Storage -The Contractor 
shall be liable to the owner for any damage arising out of negligence caused 
to a vehicle in the course of removal and storage. No liability shall attach 
to the officers or employees of the University of Massachusetts for such damage. 






Sec tion 5. General Prohib ition Towing Zone - No person shall stand or parte 
or allow, permit or suffer any vehicle registered in his name to stand or 
park in any of the following places. Vehicles found in violation of the 
provisions of this Section except those specifically exempt by law, shall 
be removed to a convenient place under the direction of an officer of the 
Police Department and the owner of the vehicle so removed, or towed away 
shall be liable to the cost of such removal and storage, if any, as set 
forth in Section 3 of this Article. The owner of any vehicle removed or 
towed away under the provisions of this Section shall also be subject to 
the penalties provided in Chapter 90, Section 20A of the General Laws (Ter. 



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Upon any way in such a manner as to impede the removal 

or plowing of snow or ice except vehicles parked in 

accordance with approved regulations governing All Night 

Parking. 

Upon any sidewalk. 

Upon any crosswalk. 

Upon any way within twenty (20) feet of an intersecting 

way except alleys. 

Upon a way within ten (10) feet of a fire hydrant. 

On the roadway side of any vehicle stopped or parked 

at the edge or curb of the way. 

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Upon any way where the parking of a vehicle will not 

leave a clear and unobstructed lane at least ten (10) 

feet wide for passing traffic. 

In front of any street or highway barricade erected to 

temporarily or permanently close a way to vehicular traffic. 

On land, except a designated parking lot, not designed for 

vehicular traffic such as walks, lawns and open fields. 

In front of a gateway or entrance to an athletic field or 

other field or pasture. 

Upon or in such a manner as to obstruct or impede the use of 

an outdoor platform scale. 

In any Service Zone, except while actually engaged in loading 

or unloading. 

Adjacent to any building in such a manner as to obstruct an 

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Sect io n 6. Parking Prohibitions, Towing Zone . - Ho person shall stand or park 
or allow, permit or suffer any vehicle registered in his name to stand or park 
on any of the ways or parts of ways hereinafter described and during the periods 
of time set forth. Vehicles found in violation of the provisions of this 
Section except those specifically exempted by law shall be removed to a con- 
venient place under the direction of an Officer of the Police Department and 
the owner of the vehicle so removed or towed away shall be liable to the cost 
of such removal and storage, if any, as set forth in Section 3 of this Article. 
The owner of any vehicle so removed or towed away under the provisions of this 
Section shall also be subject to the penalties provided in Chapter 90, Section 
20A of the General Laws (Ter. Ed.). 

(a) In any Bus Stop. 

(b) In any area designated as reserved for Fire, Police, 
Ambulance or other emergency vehicle. 



Section 7. Official 



affi c Signs , 



- The provisions of Section 5 of this 



Article shall be effective only during such time as a sufficient number of 
official traffic si^ns bearing the legend "Tow-Away Zone" are installed, erected, 
maintained and local ed so as to be visible to approaching drivers, said signs 
to be appended above or incorporated into the legend of Parking Prohibition Signs 



Section 



3. 



Police to "e ep Record of Tow ed Vehicles . - The Police Department 



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shall keep a record of all vehicles towed or removed under the provisions of 
this Article. Such record shall be retained for one (1) year and shall contain 
the following information: 

(a) '.he registration -of the vehicle. 

(b) The location from which it was towed, and the 
time and date of the tow order. 

(c) The location to which it was moved. 

(d) r . he fee charged for towing. 

(e) Name of towing contractor, if any. 

(f) Hame and rank of officer who authorized towing. 



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Section 1. Speed Limit . - All vehicles will be operated at all times at 
a speed that is reasonable and proper. At no time will a speed in excess 
of twenty (20) miles per hour be considered reasonable and proper, except 
for vehicles engaged in emergency work. Lower speeds may be required for 
certain sections of the campus or other lands of the University, and will 
be posted on official traffic signs. 



Section 



■ 2. Loading and Discharge of Passengers. - Loading or discharge of 
passengers is permissible only when a vehicle is at a complete stop at the 
edge or curb of a way or within a safety or service zone expressly approved 
for this purpose. 

Se ction 3. Hitchhiking . - Soliciting rides is not permitted on or within ten 
(10) feet of any street or highway on the campus or other lands of the University, 



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Article VII. REGISTRATION 



Secti on 1. necessity to e^ister . - Any student, employee, faculty member, 
or staff member who operates a vehicle on the campus or other lands of the 
University must register that vehicle with the University Police Department 
and display a current University registration insignia on the vehicle. 
Registration shall be accomplished within forty-eight hours after the 
arrival or use of the vehicle on campus. Failure to register within this 
period will constitute grounds for denial of the privilege to operate a 
vehicle on the campus or other lands of the University. 



Section 2. Eligibility . - Permission to operate a vehicle on the campus or 
other lands of the University is a discretionary privilege bestowed by the 
Board of Trustees of the University and such privilege may be denied, revoked, 
suspended or modified by action of the Trustees or by officers of the University 
herein authorized to take such actions. 

Section 3. University Staff . - All persons employed on the campus or other 
lands of the University, except students, may operate vehicles thereon, 
provided they are otherwise eligible to operate vehicles upon the public 
highways of the Commonwealth and further provided that such vehicles are 
registered with the University Police Department. Said vehicles may be operated 
or parked in appropriate parking places on the campus and other lands of the 
University only if proper and current University registration insignia have 
been issued and affixed to the vehicles. 

Section 4 Studen ts . - 

(a) Students classified as graduate and/or teaching fellows may be 
granted permission to operate a vehicle on the campus or other lands of the 
University. 

(b) Ho undergraduate student may operate or maintain a vehicle 
on the campus or other lands of the University except by permission of the 
Dean of Students, who will from time to time establish and make public 
rules of eligibility for permission to have and to register such vehicles. 
Permission to operate and maintain a vehicle may also be granted for the 
following reasons: 

1. Physical disability , wherein a student who is disabled 
may apply to the University Health Officer for permission 
to opera e a vehicle, and a certificate from the 
University Health Officer may be presented directly to 
the University Police by the student for issuance of 

a permit. 

2. Comm uting, wherein a student considered to be a commuting 
student by the Dean of Gtudents may be granted a permit 
to operate and maintain a vehicle on the campus and other 
lands of the University. 



(c) Students granted permission to operate and maintain vehicles 
on the campus and other lands of the University must register their vehicles 
with the University Police Department and have appropriate insignia attached 
or affixed to their vehicles. Vehicle registration for students will be 
held at the beginning of each semester, the effective period of such 



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registration to be determined by the Dean of Students. Failure to conform 
to this Section will subject the student to disciplinary action. 

Sect ion 5. Liability Coverage . - Ho vehicle shall be registered for operation 
on the campus or other lands of the University unlesr the person requesting 
registration has met the motor vehicle liability policy or bond requirements 
for the operation and use of motor vehicles upon the ways of the Commonwealth. 
In addition, each registrant must have guest and extra territorial bodily 
injury coverage and property damage liability coverage in the amount of at 
least five thousand dollars. 



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Article VIII. PENALTIES 



Section 1. Serious Off enses . - A citation for excessive speeding, reckless 
driving, racing, driving to endanger, drunken driving, driving while under 
the influence of intoxicating beverages or narcotics, driving while under 
the influence of barbiturates, amphetamines, or other hypnotic or somnifacient 
drugs, leaving the scene of an accident involving personal injury, using a 
motor vehicle without authority, making false statements in application for 
regi st ration, loaning or permitting another person to use a license, going 
away without making known idenity after causing injury to property, and 
similar offenses shall be deemed serious offenses and subject to issuance 
of an immediate summons to the appropriate jurisdictional court. 

Section 2. Lesser Of fenses. - IJon-raoving traffic violations except those 
listed under Serious Offenses, failure to register vehicles within forty-eight hou 
(Sundays and holidays excepted), failure to conform with stop sign, and similar 
violations shall be considered as constituting Lesser Offenses. 



( a ) First Violation. For the first violation a notice of violation 
will be attached to the vehicle involved and record of the 
violation will be made by the University Police. Ho further 
action will be taken unless the vehicle is again found in 
violation of a Lesser Offense. 



(b) Second and Subsequent Violations . Upon a second violation a 
fine of three dollars ($3.00) will be imposed, payable to the 
clerk of the District Court for Hampshire County, Uorthampton, 
Massachusetts. Upon third and subsequent violations a fine of 
five dollars ($5.00) will be imposed, payable to the clerk of 
the District Court for Hampshire County, Massachusetts. 



Section 3. Appeal . - Any person subjected to disciplinary actions or other 
penalties levied by the designated officials of the 'Jniversity under the 
provisions of these rules and regulations shall retain all rights to appeal 
to the proper courts of law. 



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UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 
TRAFFIC RULES AIID REGULATIONS 



The foregoing rules and regulations approved^ 



Signatures 

of 

Board 

of 

Trustees 



Attest of Secre^a?:/ of Board u.: Trustees 



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UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 



MINUTES OF MEETING OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
April 15, 1963, 12:30 p.m., Statler Hilton Hotel, Boston 



PRESENT : President Lederle, Trustees Boy den, 
Fox, Plimpton, Croce, Schuck, Troy, 
Solomon, Crowley, Pumphret, Kiernan, 
Healey, Brett, Emerson, McNamara, 
Brown, Weldon, Treasurer Johnson, 
Secretary Ryan, Provost Woods ide, 
Mr, Gordon; also present were Austin 
Broadhurst, Bond Counsel for the 
Massachusetts Building Authority, 
Mr. Morris Goldings, Assistant 
Secretary-Treasurer of the University 
of Massachusetts Building Authority 



The provisions of Chapter 626 of the Acts of 1958 having 
been complied with, and a quorum of the Board of Trustees being 
present and acting throughout, Chairman Boyden called the meeting 
to order. Upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 

VOTED : To approve the minutes of the meeting of 
February 12, 1963 as distributed. 

And it was further unanimously 

VOTED : To approve the minutes of the meeting of 

March 11, 1963 as corrected and on file in 
the office of the Secretary. 

It was reported to the Board of Trustees that the Build- 
ings and Grounds Committee had received preliminary plans and de- 
sign for the Dining Commons project planned for completion by 
September 1964. It was reported that the cost of the project in- 
clusive of building and furnishings except dishware, cutlery, etc. 
would be in the area of $1,975,000. Mr. Stubbins, the architect, 
presented illustrations of the site plan, location, elevation and 
floor plan. Miss Schuck, reporting for the committee, said that 
the plans have received the approval of Dean Field, Mr. Martin of 
the University, and Dean Belluschi, the architectural consultant. 
Furthermore, Mr. Stubbins has consulted with experts in food plant 
layout. After general discussion and upon motion being duly made 
and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To approve the preliminary plans for 

the Dining Commons as presented to the 
meeting by Mr. Stubbins. 



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Report of 
Buildings 
& Grounds 
Committee 



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Report of 
Executive 
Committee 

Subsidiary 
Accounts 



Building 
Authority 



Report of 

Finance 

Committee 



Dedication 
of Newman 
Center 



Report of 

Building 

Authority 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 



It was reported to the Board of Trustees that the Executive 
Committee had considered and approved the request for transfer of 
funds from the 01 account to certain other accounts in the amount 
and for the purposes as set forth in Document EX 63-01. After 
general consideration and upon motion being duly made and seconded, 
it was unanimously 

VOTED : To confirm the authorization by the 
Executive Committee of the Board of 
Trustees of transfers between sub- 
sidiary accounts for the fiscal year 
1963 as set forth in Document EX 63-01. 

The Executive Committee also considered proposal to amend 
Chapter 773 of the Acts of 1960 which deal with the University of 
Massachusetts Building Authority. Attorney Broadhurst, bond counsel 
for the University of Massachusetts Building Authority, carefully re 
viewed the entire piece of legislation pointing out all instances of 
proposed amendment. Further discussion and consideration was deemed 
to be warranted, whereupon Trustee Healey requested authorization 
from the Board to the Executive Committee to pursue the considera- 
tion of the proposed amendment further, and to leave in the hands of 
the Executive Committee the matter of determining the final position 
of the Board with respect to the proposed amendatory legislation. 
After general consideration and upon motion being duly made and 
seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To authorize the Executive Committee to 
consider further the matter of proposed 
amendments to Chapter 773 of the Acts of 
1960 and to further authorize the Executive 
Committee to express the position of the 
Board. 

It was reported to the Board of Trustees by Mr. Healey for 
the Finance Committee that the committee had authorized Treasurer 
Johnson to dispose of 100 rights in Consolidated Edison of New York 
Inc. The Board of Trustees by general consensus confirmed the 
authorization by the Finance Committee to dispose of the rights. 

Bishop Weldon informed the members of the Board that the 
newly completed Newman Center would be formally dedicated on May 15, 
1963. Among the many distinguished guests taking part in the 
ceremonies will be Cardinal Cushing of Boston, Bishop Connelly of 
Fall River and Bishop Flannagan of Worcester. Bishop Weldon said 
that invitations were being sent to each member of the Board to 
attend and participate in the ceremonies. The Chairman of the Board 
expressed the pleasure of the Board at having this excellent 
facility available for the students of the University. 

It was reported to the Board that some progress was being 
made with respect to the contractor on project 2. Representatives 
of the bonding firm have been consulted and had proved helpful in 
bringing about compliance by the contractor with the terms of the 
agreement for the project. 



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UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 

Attorney Broadhurst commented on the Dining Commons 
project, approval for the design of which had just previously at 
this meeting been voted by the Board, indicating that his estimate 
of overall cost including miscellaneous charges, landscaping and 
capitalized interest was approximately $2,250,000. Mr. Broadhurst 
explained the content of a Contract for Financial Assistance which 
is required in order to enable the University of Massachusetts 
Building Authority to proceed with financing the project. After 
General discussion and upon motion being duly made and seconded, 
it was unanimously 

VOTED : "RESOLVED: That the making of a Contract for 
Financial Assistance between The Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts and University of Massachusetts 
Building Authority pursuant to Chapter 773 of 
the Acts of 1960 and pertaining to the construction 
by the Authority of a building to provide dining 
facilities for between 900 and 1,000 persons at 
one time and the doing by the Authority of certain 
other work as authorized by said Chapter and being 
a part of the work requested by authority of the 
Trustees of the University of Massachusetts on 
February 12, 1963, be and the same hereby is 
authorized; that the form of such Contract For 
Financial Assistance presented to this meeting 
and each term, condition and provision therein 
contained be and the same hereby are approved; 
that said Trustees or a majority thereof be and 
hereby are authorized, in the name and on behalf 
of The Commonwealth of Massachusetts to sign, 
acknowledge if deemed advisable and deliver a 
Contract For Financial Assistance in the form 
presented to this meeting and providing for a 
Maximum Cost of the Project, as defined in said 
Contract, of Two Million Two Hundred and Fifty 
Thousand Dollars ($2,250,000) and to cause the 
common seal of said University and of said 
Trustees to be affixed thereto; and that the 
taking of such action by said Trustees shall 
be conclusive evidence that the same is hereby 
authorized and that the form of Contract For 
Financial Assistance so executed is as hereby 
authorized and approved. 

Upon recommendation of the President and on motion duly 
made and seconded, it was 

VOTED : To award the bachelors degrees to the persons 
listed on Document 63-085 to these minutes 
and made a part of these minutes. 

Upon recommendation of the President and on motion duly 
made and seconded, it was 



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Contract for 

Financial 

Assistance 



Degrees 



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TRUSTEE 



Personnel 
Actions 



Classification 
of Title 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 

VOTED : To award the appropriate graduate degrees 

to the candidates listed on Document 63-086 
to these minutes and made a part of these 
minutes. 

President Lederle, at the invitation of the Chairman, pre- 
sented personnel actions recommended for approval of the Board. He 
pointed out that the actions were presented in a new form which had 
been designed to provide clarity and more information organized in 
a better way. Upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 
unanimously 

VOTED : To approve the personnel actions as set forth 
in Document 63-082 which is hereby made part 
of and attached to these minutes. 

Every personnel action taken shall be subject 
to the policies and procedures now in effect 
and as subsequently amended, revised, added 
to or repealed by the Board of Trustees with 
respect to professional personnel under pro- 
visions of Chapter 75 of the General Laws as 
amended by Chapter 648 of the Acts of 1962. 
The classification, salary range and 
descriptive job specification for each 
position to which a member of the professional 
staff is hereby appointed, promoted, trans- 
ferred or determined shall be as hereafter 
determined by the Board of Trustees or under 
their authority. 

It was 

VOTED : To adopt the classification of position 

title effective on and after April 16, 1963 
as set forth in Document 63-084 which is 
hereby attached to and made part of these 
minutes. 

It being further 

VOTED : In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 
648 of the Acts of 1962 that the following 
position title in the Professional Staff is 
classified at a weekly salary rate specified 
after the title of position in the following 
schedule subject to subsequently being 
amended, revised, added to or repealed by 
the Board of Trustees under the provisions 
of said Chapter 648. 



Title of Position 



Classification in General Salary 

Schedule Maximum 

Weekly Converted to Yearly 



Head Basketball Coach, U of H $202.50 



$10,530 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 



President Lederle informed the Board that negotiations 
were contemplated with former Governor Lodge of Connecticut to 
serve in the professorship in practical politics in the spring 
semester of 1964. There was no objection. 

The President reported that there was no ground for 
optimism regarding financial support for necessary faculty salary 
adjustments from the Legislature. The budget recommended by the 
Governor does not provide funds to the extent necessary to be con- 
fident that all the salary requirements can be met. At the request 
of the President, Provost Woodside elaborated on the general faculty 
salary situation. He pointed out that (1) even after the salary 
adjustments of November 1962, the University salaries compared with 
other institutions were as follows: 

Full Professor - D rating on the AAUP scale 
Associate Professor - C rating on the AAUP scale 
Assistant Professor - B rating on the AAUP scale 
Instructor - A rating on the AAUP scale; 

(2) nationwide recruiting for important vacancies in the University 
is seriously hampered by an inability to compete at the salary 
levels currently prevailing in several of the disciplines; (3) in- 
ability to move ahead withupward salary adjustments for present 
faculty will have serious morale consequences - the retention of 
top quality faculty is an acute problem and it will not be improved 
unless a substantial salary improvement is possible; (4) there is 
no doubt but what the University needs the $440,000 originally re- 
quested in the budget submitted by the Trustees. 

Trustee Healey reported that in the case of the recruit- 
ment for the Dean of the Medical School, there is already question 
of salary. It may be necessary to request legal authorization to 
pay a salary exceeding $25,000. 

The President submitted recommendations for award of 
Commonwealth Scholarships for the Class of 1967 and requested 
approval of the list. After general discussion and upon motion 
being duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To approve the list of Commonwealth Scholar- 
ship recommendations as set forth in 
Document 63-083 which is hereby attached to 
and made part of these minutes. 

The President reported that the University Committee on 
Financial Aid and Scholarships had approved award of scholarship 
aid to Miss Marcia Voikos, Class of 1963, but whose name had in- 
advertently been left off the list of scholarship aid recipients 
approved at an earlier meeting of the Board. Upon motion being 
duly made and seconded, it was 



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Faculty 
Salaries 



Dean of 
Medical 
School 



Commonwealth 
Scholarships 



Agricultural 
Purposes Fund 
University 
Scholarship 



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Traffice 

Policy 

Comments 



Charter 
Day 



Howe & 
Kent fie Id 
Properties 



Additional 

Land 

Acquisition 



Employment 
of Design 
Engineers 
for Roads, 
Sidewalks 
& Parking 
Areas 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 

VOTED : To approve awarding $400 University 
Scholarship from the Agricultural 
Purposes Fund to Miss Marcia Voikos, 
Class of 1963. 

Pursuant to the desire of the Board of Trustees as ex- 
pressed at the meeting of March 11, 1963, Treasurer Johnson reported 
on the extent of comment with respect to the Traffic Policy plan 
approved at the March meeting to become effective April 15, 1963. 
It was reported to the Board that no adverse comments had been re- 
ceived. 

At the request of the President, Secretary Ryan reported 
on Charter Day Convocation, luncheon and Symposium plans. The 
President stated that he would need additional trust funds to meet 
some of the expenses. 

Treasurer Johnson reported to the Board that it was 
necessary for them to repeat the authorization to proceed with 
acquisition of the lands of Howe and Kentfield. Upon motion being 
duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED ; To reaffirm the votes to take by eminent 
domain in fee the Howe and Kentfield 
property as described in the vote taken 
by the Board of Trustees on March 11, 1963. 

Treasurer Johnson reported to the Board that overall 
master plans for development of traffic circulation in the town of 
Amherst and around the University of Massachusetts would require 
additional land acquisition in the near future. These plans con- 
template the University working in collaboration with the town of 
Amherst in development of the traffic circulation system. After 
general discussion and upon motion being duly made and seconded, 
it was unanimously 

VOTED : To authorize a request of $300,000 as 
part of the capital outlay program for 
land acquisition in connection with 
traffic circulation plan. 

Treasurer Johnson reported the advisability of acquiring 
expert service in the designing of campus roads, sidewalks and 
parking areas. In the general discussion, it was pointed out that 
the sidewalks constructed in the area of Bartlett Hall followed the 
general landscape plan given to the University by Sasaki, Walker & 
Associates although funds available did not permit completing the 
entire plan. Upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 
unanimously 



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UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 

VOTED : To appoint Gordon Ainsworth & Associates 
to design campus roads, sidewalks and 
parking areas at the rates prescribed 
(7% of construction cost) within presently 
budgeted funds of $80,000. 

It was reported to the Board that certain architectural 
changes recommended in the plans and designs for the Food 
Technology Building were not approved by the former Commission on 
Administration & Finance. The plans are otherwise completed and 
ready to go to bid. Upon motion being duly made and seconded, it 
was 

VOTED : To approve the plans for the Food Technology 
Building. Trustee Schuck wished to be re- 
corded as voting "no" to the motion. 

It was reported to the Board that agreements have been 
reached tentatively with various parties relating to the installa- 
tion of an educational television translator at the Mt. Lincoln 
facility which would make Channel 2 television programs available 
to western Massachusetts. The approval of the Board was requested 
for the installation of this translator. After general discussion, 
members of the Board reached a general consensus that the important 
questions involved required further attention and preferred that 
decision be deferred until the next meeting of the Board. It was 
also the desire of the Board that a memorandum be made available 
to each member of the Board setting forth the facts involved in the 
proposal. 

Trustee Healey reported that as a result of meetings with 
the Attorney General a favorable opinion will be issued by the 
Attorney General with respect to the interpretation of Chapter 648 
in so far as it requires the University to set professional salaries 
within the general salary schedule. It was also reported to the 
Board that the Attorney General had expressed sympathy with the idea 
that the University obtain counsel on a continuing basis. Upon 
motion being duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To authorize the President of the University 
to request approval from the Attorney General 
for the appointment of legal counsel for the 
University, reviewing with the Executive 
Committee the firm to be retained in this 
capacity. 

The Board authorized Secretary Ryan to set meeting dates 
for the months of July and August and communicate those dates to 
the members of the Board by May 16, 1963. 



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The meeting adjourned at 4:30 p.m. 




Secretary, Board of Trustees 



Food 

Technology 

Building 



Educational 
Television 
Translator on 
Mt . Lincoln 



Legal 
Counsel 



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Report of 
Executive 
Committee 



University of 
Massachusetts 
Building 
Authority 



Newman Center 
Dedication 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 



MINUTES OF MEETING OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
May 16, 1963, 12:30 p.m., Statler Hilton Hotel, Boston 



PRESENT : President Lederle, Trustees Boyden, 
Healey, Frechette, Brett, Crowley, 
Brown, McKamara, Emerson, Croce, 
Schuck, Plimpton, Thompson, Fox, 
Troy, Haigis, Solomon, Furcolo, 
Treasurer Johnson, Secretary Ryan, 
Provost Woods ide and Mr. Gordon 
representing the Governor. 

The provisions of Chapter 626 of the Acts of 1958 having 
been complied with, and a quorum of the Board of Trustees being 
present and acting throughout, Chairman Boyden called the meeting to 
order. Upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 

VOTED : To approve the minutes of the meeting of 
April 15, 1963. 

At the request of the Chairman, Trustee Healey reported on 
behalf of the Executive Committee of the Board. Pursuant to the in- 
structions of the Board, the committee considered necessary amenda- 
tory action in legislation regarding the University of Massachusetts 
Building Authority. Basic modification was proposed by the 
Authority in the statute governing the Building Authority dealing 
with (1) grouping of projects, (2) authorizing the University of 
Massachusetts Building Authority to acquire buildings as well as to 
construct them, and (3) permitting, subject to the approval of the 
Board of Trustees, the University of Massachusetts Building 
Authority to take over the management of some of the trust fund 
activities. Alternative methods of finance of various projects re- 
quested and contemplated at the request of the Building Authority 
were discussed as well as management of dining halls and student 
union expansion projects. The Executive Committee, exercising the 
authority voted them by the Board of Trustees, approved the amend- 
ments to Chapter 773 of the Acts of 1960 as prepared by bond counsel 
to the University of Massachusetts Building Authority (Mr. Austin 
Broadhurst) , and the committee further approved a request made to 
the Legislature to increase the borrowing limits of the University 
of Massachusetts Building Authority by 15 million dollars, bringing 
the total authorization for borrowing to 35 million dollars. 

Acting under authority voted by the Board of Trustees at 
the meeting of April 15, 1963, the committee authorized the Presi- 
dent of the University to write a letter to the Attorney General 
requesting authorization for the University to appoint legal counsel. 

Chairman Boyden departed from the agenda of the meeting 
to make special recognition of the dedication ceremonies of the new 
Newman Center at the University of Massachusetts. The ceremonies, 



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UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 

held May 15, 1963, were extremely impressive in dignity and in 
power. The ceremonies and the facility were noted by the Chairman 
as bringing great credit to the University. 

At the request of the Chairman, Trustee Schuck, Chairman 
of the Committee on Faculty and Program of Study, reported on two 
meetings of the committee. Recommendation of the committee regard- 
ing undergraduate course changes was reported and after general 
discussion and upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 
unanimous ly 

VOTED : To approve the undergraduate curriculum 
changes as set forth in Document 63-092 
which is hereby attached to and made 
part of these minutes. 

The recommendation of the committee to approve changing 
the name of the Food Management program in the College of Agri- 
culture to Restaurant and Hotel Management program was discussed. 
Upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To approve changing the name of the Food 

Management program to Restaurant and Hotel 
Management . 

Recommendations for new graduate Ph.D. programs were pre- 
sented. After general discussion and upon motion being duly made 
and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED: To approve the proposal to establish a pro- 
gram for Ph.D. in History as set forth in 
Document 63-093 which is hereby attached 
to and made part of these minutes. 

And, it was further 

VOTED : To approve the proposal to establish a 

cooperative program for the Ph.D. degree 
in Philosophy as set forth in Document 63-094 
which is hereby attached to and made part of 
these minutes. 

The recommendation to approve new courses recommended by 
the Graduate Council of the University and the Committee on Faculty 
and Program of Study was considered. After general discussion and 
upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED: To approve the new graduate courses in 

Business Administration: Accounting 201, 
202, 203, 204, 205 and Business Administra- 
tion 207 and 208; Physics 203, 204; 
Sociology 263 all of which are set forth in 
Document 63-095. 



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Report of 
Committee on 
Faculty and 
Program of 
Study 



Undergraduate 
Courses 



Restaurant 
and Hotel 
Management 



Ph.D. in 
History 



Ph.D. in 
Philosophy 



Graduate 
Courses 



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Approval for 
Installation 
of Educational 
Television 
Translator on 
Mt. Lincoln 



Peabody 
Estate - 
Nantucket 
Property 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 

Several other matters were reported to be under considera- 
tion by the committee including a program for Advanced Study in 
Communications and Public Affairs, graduate programs for the Ph.D. 
and Ed.D. in Education, and sabbatical leave policy. The committee 
will present recommendations in these areas at a future meeting of 
the Board. ' 

At the request of the Chairman, Treasurer Johnson ex- 
plained the request made by the Massachusetts Executive Committee 
for Educational Television which is the sponsor of the "21- inch 
classroom" to install an educational television translator on Mt. 
Lincoln. The translator will not be able to originate programs- it 
will go on when channel 2 (WGBH-TV) goes on the air and go off when 
it ceases to function each day; it will "translate" channel 2 to 
whatever frequency the FCC assigns this area. Currently, channels 
82 and 84, both UHF, are reserved for this part of Massachusetts. 
Treasurer Johnson pointed out that there will be no expense to the 
University of Massachusetts for installing, operating or maintain- 
ing the translator on Mt. Lincoln. Furthermore, the contractual 
agreement permitting the installation provides for termination upon 
30 days notice of either party. After general discussion and upon 
motion being duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED: To authorize the President of the Uni- 
versity to enter into an agreement to 
install an educational television trans- 
lator on Mt. Lincoln. 

Treasurer Johnson reported to the Board the status of the 
negotiations with the Nina Haven Foundation regarding the gift to 
the University of the Peabody istate on Nantucket Island. The 
property consists of some 70 upland acres and 25 acres of marsh 
land on Nantucket Island including the main residence, a beach house 
and two garages each able to accommodate three cars, with one of the 
garages having an apartment above it. As previously reported to the 
Board, the Nina Haven Foundation is interested in making available 
to the University 7/8 interest in the property. The remaining 1/8 
interest in the property is in the possession of the American 
Humane Education Society of Boston. Mr. Johnson reported that the 
Nina Haven Foundation was prepared to make the property available to 
the University, subject to their intention to remove certain antique 
pieces of furniture and other furnishings from houses. A restrictior 
on the gift would be a reversion clause in the transaction which 
Ttfould provide that the University would be required for 35 years to 
use the property for purposes for which the University exists. 
Treasurer Johnson reported that the American Humane Education 
Society of Boston is willing to convey its 1/8 interest in the 
property to the University upon payment of $5,000. The property it- 
self has been appraised at $101,500, indicating that a reasonable 
assessment of the value of the 1/8 interest might be $12,500. 



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In the course of general discussion, Provost Woodside 
showed 35 ram. slides of the property and answered questions about 
potential uses of it. It was described as an excellent location 
for biological research because it is in a unique location where 
both northern and southern flora and fauna overlap. The property 
would serve well as a site for ecological studies. Ifae Recreation 
Department of the University is interested in having access to the 
property for its program purposes. Furthermore, the property would 
provide a site away from the campus for faculty seminars and 
symposia. It was further reported that the caretaker who currently 
resides on the premises, could be taken on to the University pay- 
roll at an equivalent salary. After general discussion and upon 
motion being duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To accept the gift from the Nina Haven 

Charitable Foundation, 575 Madison Avenue, 
New York, New York, of the estate of the 
late Stephen Peabody comprising approxi- 
mately ninety (90) acres of land and build- 
ings thereon, including furnishings and 
equipment, located at Quaise Point, 
Nantucket, Massachusetts, and to establish 
the Stephen Peabody Fund as an endowment 
on the books of the University in an amount 
of $101,500 in accordance with an appraisal 
on file in the Treasurer's Office dated 
April 2, 1963. 

It was 

VOTED : To authorize the Treasurer, Kenneth W. Johnson, 
to take all necessary action for and in the 
name of the Trustees, including the signing 
of agreements, to effectuate the receiving of 
the Nantucket property from the Nina Haven 
Charitable Foundation. 

After general discussion and upon motion being duly made 
and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To pay the American Humane Education Society, 
Boston, Massachusetts, the sum of five 
thousand dollars ($5,000.00) from the unre- 
stricted income in the Trust Fund Interest 
Account in consideration of the release of 
their one-eighth undivided interest in the 
Nantucket property of the late Stephen 
Peabody. 

The President of the University presented for the approval 
of the Board necessary personnel actions. After general discussion 
and upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 



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August 



Commencement 



Governor's 
Comments on 
Charter Day 



Alumni 

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VOTED : To approve the personnel actions as set 
forth in Document 63-090 which is hereby 
attached to and made part of these minutes. 
Every personnel action shall be subject to 
the policies and procedures now in effect 
as subsequently amended, revised, added to 
or repealed by the Board of Trustees with 
respect to professional personnel under 
provisions of Chapter 75 of the General 
Laws as amended by Chapter 648, 1962. The 
classification, salary range and descriptive 
job specification for each position to which 
a member of the professional staff is hereby 
appointed, promoted, transferred or d 
termined shall be as hereafter determined 
by the Board of Trustees or under their 
authority. 

There was general discussion of the need for a meeting in 
July and in August. The President pointed out the upcoming problem 
of considering the operating budget for the 1963-64 year as well as 
the necessity to make salary adjustment decisions. If prior year 
patterns hold, salary adjustments may not be possible until as late 
as October, which may require approval of retroactive action with 
respect to salary to September 1 for academic year people and to 
July 1 for calendar year personnel. After general discussion, the 
consensus was that the July meeting should be a dinner meeting on 
July 2, 1963 and the August meeting be held August 1, 1963. The 
July meeting will be held in Boston. 

The President of the University and the Chairman of the 
Board each issued personal invitations to the members to attend the 
Commencement weekend ceremonies on campus in Amherst and expressed 
the hope that the Trustees would take advantage of this opportunity 
to take part as a body in the traditions and ceremonies of the 
University. 

Mr. Gordon, the Governor's representative at the Board 
meetings, stated to the members of the Board that the Governor had 
asked him to express his pleasure at the quality and the excellence 
of the program of Charter Day (April 29, 1963). Mr. Gordon also 
reported the great pleasure Mrs. Peabody felt as the result of her 
tour of the campus on May 10, 1963, including luncheon with Mrs. 
Lederle and the tea to which student leaders and faculty wives were 
invited. 

Mr. Gordon reminded the members of the Board that the 
Alumni College Seminar is scheduled for the evening of June 7 and 
the morning of June 8, 1963. The theme of the College this year is 
"Essentials of Excellence'. He urged the Trustees, in so far as 
possible, to try and take advantage of the invitation to attend and 
participate in the Alumni College Seminar. On behalf of the 
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Mr. Gordon is the President, he issued a personal invitation to the 
Trustees to attend the alumni luncheon on June 8, 1963. 

Miss Schuck reported to the Board having received a $500 
contribution from Dr. Clifford Cherry of California to be awarded 
by the University to a member of the faculty in recognition of out- 
standing quality of teaching. This is the second year that 
Dr. Cherry has contributed $500 for this purpose. Miss Schuck 
further informed the Board that Dr. Clifford Cherry indicated in a 
letter to her accompanying the check that he will continue to make 
$500 awards each year until 1969, at which time he will increase the 
award to $750. After general discussion and upon motion being duly 
made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To accept the award of $500 from Dr. Clifford 
Cherry to be made by the University to a 
faculty member for outstanding quality in 
teaching, it being further voted to request 
the President of the University to acknowledge 
receipt of the gift and to express the deep 
gratitude of the Board of Trustees of the 
University of Massachusetts for the generosity 
of Dr. Cherry in the encouragement and 
recognition of excellence in teaching. 

Trustee Healey, on behalf of the Medical Dean Search 
Committee reported that the members of the committee had continued 
discussing potential candidates for the Deanship and interviewing 
persons who were potential candidates. The committee has been hard 
at work and will have a more formal report ready for the Board of 
Trustees at a future meeting. 

President Lederle informed the Board that he regretted the 
fact that he will be unable to be present at the Board meeting of 
June 8, 1963. Only the fact of his daughter's university commence- 
ment would keep him from attending the meeting of the Board. He 
informed the Board that he would return to Amherst in time to 
participate in the President's reception and in the Commencement 
exercises. 

The President of the University expressed serious concern 
over the dormitory situation at the University of Massachusetts. 
The policy decisions of the Board have been to continue to meet the 
obligations of the University with respect to taking increasing 
numbers of students each year. Budgeting, staffing and other plans 
have been made by the administration assuming the growing enrollment 
At the moment, the picture with regard to having dormitory accommo- 
dations for the growing enrollment is not bright. The dormitories 
planned for behind the President's House, originally intended for 
completion in the fall of 1963, are admittedly not going to be ready 
for occupancy before fall of 1964. The plans have been adjusted 
accordingly. Now, as every day goes by and no evidence 
materializes to indicate progress on the dormitories, completion by 



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Committee 

Progress 

Report 



Other 
Business 



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fall of 1964 becomes less certain. This is what is worrisome. In 
the course of general discussion a number of points were made. 

1. It was reported that the contractor, Walsh, 
has officially asked the University of 
Massachusetts Building Authority for an ex- 
tension to December 1963. 

2. The question is how to get the contractor 
really busy on the project so that progress 
is made. It was suggested that it would be 
possible to put on the University payroll a 
person mutually respected by both the Board 
and administration on the one hand and the 
Building Authority on the other who would 
maintain a daily contact with the project. 

3. Mr. Gordon reported to the Board that 

Mr. Morris Goldings, an attorney, had been 
appointed permanent assistant-secretary 
treasurer of the University of Massachusetts 
Building Authority as of last January. The 
Authority felt this would improve matters 
considerably. 

4. It was important to take every step possible 
to enable the project to progress. 

After general discussion and upon motion being duly made 
and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To refer to the Executive Committee of the 
Board consideration of the problems in- 
volved in the construction of domitories 
in the project behind the President's House 
and to bring back to the Board a report with 
recommendations for further action. 

There being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 
3:30 p.m. 




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MINUTES OF MEETING OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
June 8, 1963, 10:30 a.m., Dukes Room, Student Union 



PRESENT : Trustees Crowley, Croce, Thompson, 
Emerson, Fox, Troy, Schuck, Brown, 
Haigis, Solomon, Pumphret, McNamara, 
Provost Woods ide, Treasurer Johnson, 
Secretary Ryan, Mr. Robert Gordon 
and Mr. Grady 

In the absence of the Chairman of the Board, Judge Fox was 
elected chairman pro tem. The provisions of Chapter 626 of the Acts 
of 1958 having been complied with, and a quorum of the Board of 
Trustees being present and acting throughout, Chairman pro tem Fox 
called the meeting to order. Upon motion being duly made and 
seconded, it was 

VOTED : To approve the minutes of the meeting of 
May 16, 1963 as amended. 

Reporting for the committee, the Chairman discussed a pro- 
posal for the establishment of a program for Advanced Study in 
Journalistic Writing and Public Affairs. In addition to having the 
recommendation and approval of the University department and college 
involved, proposal was also supported by Mr. Louis Lyons, Curator of 
the Nieman Journalism Foundation. After general discussion and upon 
motion being duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To approve a program for Advanced Study in 
Journalism entitled "Journalistic Writing 
and Public Affairs" as set forth in 
Document 63-100. 

The Faculty and Program of Study Committee has explored 
the question of whether time was propitious at the University for 
inauguration of a graduate program at the doctoral level in Educa- 
tion. The committee feels that the University of Massachusetts must 
be considered the center for research in Education among the public 
institutions in the Commonwealth. There is a need for graduate 
work at the doctoral level in Education. The committee unanimously 
recommends to the Board approval of a graduate program leading to 
the Ed.D. degree in Education. In the course of general discussion, 
members of the Board considered the difference between a Ph.D. and 
Ed.D. degree. In the opinion of the committee, the School of Educa- 
tion is qualified now to take the first step in the direction of 
graduate study at the doctoral level in Education. Approval of the 
Ed.D. degree at this time does not preclude establishment of a Ph.D. 
program in Education at a future date. After general discussion and 
upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 



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Program of 
Study 
Committee 
Report 



Journalistic 
Writing & 
Public 
Affairs 






Ed.D. Program 
in Education 



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Course 

Changes 



Commencement 
Degrees 



Personnel 
Act ions 



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VOTED : To approve the doctoral program leading to 
the Ed.D. degree in Education, it being the 
desire of the Board that preparations and 
plans continue for the development of the 
Ph.D. program in Education to be referred 
to the Board when the School has more 
faculty qualified in teaching and research. 

After general discussion and upon motion being duly made 
and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To approve the undergraduate courses as 
set forth in Document 63-101 which is 
attached to and made part of these minutes. 

The Chairman pro tern interrupted the proceedings at this 
point to invite Senator Powers, President of the Senate, Senator 
Donohue of Holyoke and Representative Bart ley of Holyoke to enter 
the meeting room. Senator Powers greeted the members of the Board 
of Trustees and expressed his appreciation for the great efforts 
they were making in the interest of public higher education in the 
Commonwealth. The Chairman pro tem thanked Senator Powers, Senator 
Donohue and Representative Bart ley for the support they have given 
to the University in many areas of interest in the General Court. 
The Senators and the Representative left the meeting. 

Upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 
unanimously 

VOTED : To award the Bachelor's degrees to the 
persons listed in Document 63-098 which 
is hereby attached to these minutes and 
made part of these minutes. 

Upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 
unanimously 

VOTED : To award the appropriate graduate degrees 

to the candidates listed on Document 63-098 
which is attached to these minutes and made 
a part of these minutes. 

At the request of the Chairman pro tem, Provost Woods ide 
presented personnel actions. After general discussion and upon 
motion being duly made and seconded, the Board of Trustees 
unanimously approved personnel actions as set forth in Document 63- 
096 as amended and its attachment dealing with Summer Session which 
are hereby made a part of and attached to these minutes. 

After general discussion and upon motion being duly made 
and seconded, the Board of Trustees unanimously 



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VOTED : That the classification of position titles 
under the provisions of Chapter 648 of the 
Acts of 1962 shall be fixed in a weekly 
salary range from a minimum to a maximum 
or fixed at a specific weekly salary rate 
which shall not be changed except by vote 
of the Board of Trustees and such classi- 
fication shall not be designated by any job 
group number or grade. 

It was also 

VOTED : That in accordance with the provisions of 

Chapter 648 of the Acts of 1962 the follow- 
ing position titles in the professional 
staff are classified in the weekly salary 
range or at a weekly salary rate specified 
after the title of position in the follow- 
ing schedule subject to subsequently being 
amended, revised, added to or repealed by 
the Board of Trustees under the provisions 
of said Chapter 648. 



Assistant Dean of Men, U of M 
Assistant Dean of Women, U of M 
Director of Housing, U of M 



Weekly 

Rate 

$149.75 
136.75 
149.75 



Yearly 

Rate 

$7,787 
7,111 
7,787 



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After general discussion and upon motion being duly made 
and seconded, the Board of Trustees unanimously 

VOTED : That the entire matter of Civil Defense 
instructional program responsibilities 
of the University of Massachusetts be re- 
studied and the matter be brought back for 
further consideration by the Board at its 
next meeting. 

Question was raised with respect to publications of the 
Office of Institutional Studies, and the funds used to finance them. 
University funds, it was reported, are used to publish reports of 
the Office of Institutional Studies. 

Trustee Puraphret informed the members of the Board that 
he was prepared to make a report on the Building Authority projects 
but would prefer to defer the matter until the meeting of July 2, 
1963 when more members would be in attendance. Accordingly, the 
Board approved including the report from the Building Authority on 
the agenda for July 2, 1963. Trustee Pumphret also indicated he is 
prepared to make a report to the Executive Committee of the Board 
prior to the meeting of July 2, 






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Defense 



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The Chairman pro tem reported that the Medical Dean 
Search Committee has continued to make progress in its search for 
candidates for the Deanship of the Medical School. A further re- 
port will be made by the committee on July 2, 1963. 



There being no further business, the meeting adjourned at 



12 noon. 




John W. 
Secretary, Board 



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MINUTES OF MEETING OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

July 2, 1963, 6:30 p.m., Statler Hilton Hotel, Boston 

PRESENT : President Lederle, Trustees Boyden, Schuck, 
Frechette, Healey, Fox, Pumphret, Crowley, 
Troy, Emerson, Croce, Solomon, Treasurer 
Johnson, Secretary Ryan, Business Manager 
Grady, Mr. Gordon; also Attorney Byrne of 
Ely, Bartlett, Brown & Proctor, and Judge 
Blassberg 

The provisions of Chapter 626 of the Acts of 1958 having 
been complied with, and a quorum of the Board of Trustees being 
present and acting throughout, the Chairman of the Board called 
the meeting to order. Upon motion being duly made and seconded, 
it was 



VOTED 



To approve the minutes of the meeting of June 8, 1963. 



Trustee Pumphret, Chairman of the University of Massa- 
chusetts Building Authority, reported that plans for the Dining 
Hall had been approved by the Buildings & Grounds Committee of the 
Board on June 18, 1963, and have been approved by the members of 
the Building Authority. They are now ready for consideration and 
approval by the Board of Trustees. After general discussion and 
upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : That the working drawings and detail specifi- 
cations presented to this meeting and pre- 
pared by Hugh Stubbins & Associates, Inc. 
for the Dining Hall building to be constructed 
by the University of Massachusetts Building 
Authority pursuant to request made by authority 
from the Trustees of the University of Massa- 
chusetts voted February 12, 1963, be and hereby 
are approved; that John W. Lederle, President, 
and Kenneth W. Johnson, Treasurer of the Uni- 
versity, be and each acting alone hereby is 
authorized to endorse the approval hereby 
given upon one or more sets of said working 
drawings and detail specifications. 

After general discussion, and upon motion being duly 
made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED: That the Chairman, the Secretary and the 

Treasurer of the Trustess of the University 
of Massachusetts be and each such officer act- 
ing alone hereby is authorized, in the name 
and on behalf of the Commonwealth of Massa- 
chusetts, to sign the form of guaranty pro- 
vided in the contract for financial assistance 
between the said Commonwealth and the Uni- 
versity of Massachusetts Building Authority 



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dated as of April 15, 1963, on each note 
and bond issued by said Authority to 
finance the cost of the project referred 
to in said contract or to refund any note 
or bond theretofore issued for such purpose, 
and that any such action heretofore taken 
by any such officer be and the same hereby 
is approved, ratified, adopted and confirmed. 

After general discussion and upon motion duly made and 
seconded, it was unanimously 

i VOTED : "WHEREAS the University of Massachusetts 
Building Authority (the Authority), 
created by Chapter 773 of the Acts of 
1960, (said Chapter 773 as amended by 
Chapter 763 of the Acts of 1962 being 
hereafter called the "Enabling Act") is 
authority by the Enabling Act, among other 
things, to lease from The Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts (the Commonwealth) such lands 
of the Commonwealth, or rights therein, as 
may be necessary for carrying out the pro- 
visions of the Enabling Act; and 

"WHEREAS the Trustees (the Trustees) of the 
University of Massachusetts (the University) 
are authorized, acting in the name and on 
behalf of the Commonwealth, among other things, 
to lease to the Authority land owned by the 
Commonwealth in the towns of Amherst or Hadley 
or grant easements, licenses or any other 
rights or privileges therein to the Authority; 
and 

"WHEREAS the Trustees, acting pursuant to the 
Enabling Act, have authorized a written 
request to be made to the Authority that the 
Authority, among other things, construct, equip 
and furnish a dining commons building for the 
purposes provided in the Enabling Act; Now, 
Therefore 

"BE IT RESOLVED That, pursuant to the Enabling 
Act, the lease by The Commonwealth to the 
Authority of a parcel of land owned by the 
Commonwealth in the town of Amherst and the 
granting to the Authority of easements, 
licenses and other rights and privileges in 
such land, all as more particularly described 
in the lease presented to this meeting, be and 
the same hereby are authorized; that said lease 
be and it hereby is approved; and that the 
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authorized, in the name and on behalf of 
the Commonwealth, to sign, acknowledge and 
deliver said lease in or substantially in 
the form presented to this meeting and to 
cause the common seal of the University 
and of the Trustees to be affixed thereto." 

Trustee Pumphret presented to the members of the Board a 
thorough and step-by- step review of the decisions and actions of 
the Building Authority with respect to Project #2 and the diffi- 
culties that have been experienced in dealing with the contractor 
on that project. Following this review, the present status of the 
project and the present relationships between the contractor and 
the architect were discussed. Project #2 was originally planned 
for completion by September 1963. Chronic delays in work com- 
pletion by the contractor have made it obvious that the contractor 
would not meet the September 1963 completion date. The architect 
has rejected some of the work performed by the contractor as not 
meeting the specifications or quality standards. Enrollment in- 
creases at the University are directly affected by availability of 
dormitory space. It was brought out in general discussion of the 
problem that emergency alternative arrangements have been made to 
accommodate the additional students who will be admitted in 
September 1963 and who were to have been housed in Project #2. 
Enrollment expansion as planned by the University for 1964 cannot b^ 
carried out without additional dormitory facilities. The Board 
was informed of the recommendations of the architect with respect 
to expediting work on the project and bringing the performance of 
the contractor into line with specifications. At the conclusion 
of the report, President Lederle and Chairman Boyden complimented 
Trustee Pumphret on the thoroughness of his report. 

Judge Blassberg reported to the members of the Board that 
Mr. Grandonico had made an offer of settlement on the Grandonico 
property which has been taken by the University under eminent 
domain proceedings. The offer is on file. It is higher than the 
two independent appraisals that the Trustees have. Judge Blassberg 
indicated that certain factors such as value of franchise attaching 
to the property were not in his opinion considered in the 
appraisals made of the property. It was reported to the Board 
that the members of the Buildings & Grounds Committee had discussed 
the settlement offer and had not considered it in view of the 
general practice of the Board relating to settlements based on 
appraisals. The consensus of the members of the Board after 
general discussion of the matter was to request the Treasurer of 
the University to review the appraisals on the Grandonico property 
with the appraisers and to obtain a third impartial appraisal on 
the property; and refer the matter subsequently to the Board. 

In the absence of the Chairman of the Buildings & 
Grounds Committee, Trustee Schuck agreed to review the matters 
considered by the Committee at its last meeting. It was reported 
that Minoru Yamasaki, the architect selected for the Fine Arts 
Building, had visited the campus on June 27, 1963. Progress has 



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been made in determining a mutually satisfactory architectural fee 
based on the AIA scale and other matters. In his visit, Yamasaki 
discussed with members of the Administration the nature of the 
project and the terms of the agreement. The program requirements 
for the building as established by the Faculty who will use it will 
cost in excess of the original antcipated figure ($2,500,000). It 
is advisable, therefore, to consider combining the Fine Arts Build- 
ing project with a second project already on the capital plan of 
the University for construction of a Music Building and Auditorium. 
Many of the facilities of both structures are similar. Substantial 
savings in construction could be realized by combining the two 
projects into one, thus avoiding duplication of space for lobbies, 
storage, stages, etc. This was discussed with Mr. Yamasaki and he 
was delighted at the broader dimension of the project. After 
general discussion and upon motion being duly made and seconded, 
it was unanimsouly 

VOTED : To combine the Fine Arts and Music Building 

and Auditorium projects into a single project 
to be designed by Minoru Yamasaki. 

It was reported to the Board that the project dealing 
with the fourth section of Morrill Science Center required appoint- 
ment of a supervising architect. There have been many problems 
connected with the architect himself. After general discussion, 
and upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To recommend to Commissioner Waldron that 

Buerkel & Company, Inc. be selected supervis- 
ing engineer for the Morrill Science Center - 
fourth section project. 

The Board was informed that it was necessary and 
desirable to take a piece of property belong to Katherine L. Woynar. 
Appraisals have been obtained on the property. After general 
discussion and upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 
unanimously 

VOTED : To authorize taking of property of Katherine 
L. Woynar by the University through eminent 
domain proceedings. 

After general discussion and upon motion being duly 
made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To authorize the Treasurer of the University 
to remove by competitive sale or otherwise 
buildings located on North Pleasant Street 
on land now owned by the University between 
the University Apartments and Hills Dormitory 
or to raze them, whichever is deemed in the 
best interest of the Commonwealth. 



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It was reported to the Board that the members of the 
Buidlings & Grounds Committee had inspected the Cold Storage Build- 
ing and discussed a number of matters concerning the building with 
Mr.- Hugill who is Director of the physical plant at the University. 
After general discussion and upon motion being duly made and 
seconded, it was 

VOTED : To accept the Cold Storage Building, 
Project U-58-6 as completed. 

Trustee Healey reported that the Medical Dean Search Com- 
mittee had met with a group from Tufts University and received 
assurances from them that they would like to be helpful in any 
possible way to the University in selecting a Dean and organizing 
a faculty for the Medical School. To date, approximately thirteen 
possible candidates have been seen by the committee and four or 
five more will probably be reviewed by the committee. A major 
problem faced by the committee is uncertainty about the salary 
which can be paid for a Dean sicne the General Salary Schedule 
goes only to $19,422. It was suggested that it had now reached 
a point where the Governor should be requested to ask the Legis- 
later to approve a salary sufficient to obtain a first-class Dean. 
After general discussion and upon motion being duly made and 
seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To request the Governor to ask the Legislature 
to establish a realistic salary for the Medical 
Dean, but not to exceed $30,000. 

The President presented personnel actions and asked their 
approval. After general discussion and upon motion being duly made 
and seconded, the Board of Trustees unanimously approved personnel 
actions as set forth in Document 64-001 which is hereby attached to 
and made part of these minutes. It was further 

VOTED : That every personnel action shall be subject 
to the policies and procedures now in effect 
and as subsequently amended, revised, added 
to or repealed by the Board of Trustees with 
respect to p rof essional personnel under the 
provisions of Chapter 75 of the General Laws as 
amended by Chapter 648, 1962. The classifica- 
tions, salary range and descriptive job speci- 
fications for each position to which a member 
of the professional staff is hereby appointed, 
promoted, transferred, or determined shall be 
as hereafter determined by the Board of 
Trustees or under their authority. 

The President reminded the Board of its vote at the 
meeting of November 9, 1962 approving a sabbatical leave for Pro- 
fessor Edwin A. Gere, Jr. , Assistant Director of the Bureau of 
Government Research, ot obtain the Ph.D. That vote specified three 



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Edwin A. , Jr, 



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1963-64 



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Boarding 
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institutions at one of which Mr. Gere was to pursue the degree. 
The President requested Board approval for Mr. Gere to study at an 
institution not among the three approved in the original vote. 
Upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To approve Mr. Gere's Ph.D. study at the 
State University of New York - Albany. 

The President reported that there was as yet no candidate 
to be recommended to the Board as Dean of the School of Engineering. 
A large number of potential candidates have been screened and much 
progress has been made toward obtaining a Dean. It will be 
necessary, however, to appoint an Acting Dean of the School for the 
coming school year. The President said he would have a recommenda- 
tion for appointment as Acting Dean at the next meeting of the 
Board. 

The President informed the Board that with the availabili- 
ty of Boyden Hall it is now possible to permit a broader physical 
education program for Stockbridge School students. In connection 
with this, it is necessary to establish a fee for physical education 
equipment. After general discussion, and upon motion being duly 
made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To establish a required physical education 
equipment fee of $5.00 to be charged all 
male Stockbridge School freshmen at the 
beginning of their freshman year effective 
September 1, 1903. 

The Board of Trustees considered the operating budget of 
the University and inquired about the need and possibilities for 
salary improvement at the University. It was suggested that the 
brief explanatory statement covering items in the budget would be 
extremely helpful to the members of the Board and it was agreed to 
supply such a statement prior to the next meeting of the Board. 
After general discussion and upon motion being duly made and 
seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To adopt the University operating budget for 
the fiscal year, July 1, 1963 to June 30, 
1964 as presented. 

Upon motion duly made and seconded, it was 

VOTED : To adopt the Boarding Halls Trust Fund 
Budget for the fiscal year July 1, 1963 
to June- 30, 1964 : . 

Upon motion duly made and seconded, it was 

VOTED : To adopt the Student Union General Fund 

Budget, Food Service Budget and University 
Store Budget for the fiscal year July 1, 
1963 to June 30, 1964. 



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Upon motion duly made and seconded, it was 

VOTED; To adopt the Student Health Service Trust 
Fund Budget for the fiscal year July 1, 
1963 to June 30, 1964. 

Upon motion duly made and seconded, it \<ras 

VOTED : To adopt the Athletic Trust Fund Budget 
for the fiscal year July 1, 1963 to 
June 30, 1964. 

The members of the Board noted there is a meeting of the 
Association of Governing Boards scheduled to be held in 
Pennsylvania in October. It was suggested that someone from the 
Board be authorized to represent the University at that meeting. 
One suggestion was that the Chairman of the Faculty & Program of 
Study Committee attend. 

The President reported on the capital outlay message of 
the Governor to the Legislature which contained all of the projects 
for the year requested by the University. The President said that 
this is major support for future students. Treasurer Johnson 
elaborated on the report by indicating several University projects 
included in the request. 

The President read to the Board a letter from Dr. 
Solomon suggesting the advisability and possibility of arranging 
a two to three-day meeting of the members of the Board to permit 
a more complete inquiry and exchange of ideas regarding higher 
education in general and future plans for the University of Massa- 
chusetts. Dr. Solomon asked that thought be given to arranging 
for bringing members of the Board into contact more often with 
Deans and members of the faculty of the University. 

Judge Fox requested more information about the status and 
progress of a number of matters at the University. It was agreed 
to provide a report on the University Library and the Phi Beta 
Kappa petition at the next meeting. 

There being no further business, the meeting adjourned 
at 10:00 p.m. 



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Student Health 
Budget 



Athletic Trust 
Fund Budget 




JohnMtf. Ryan 
Secretary, Board of 




us tees 



Capital 

Outlay 

Request 



Letter from 
Dr. Solomon 



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Visit by 
Mrs . Peabody 



Report of 

Building 

Authority 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 



MINUTES OF MEETING OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
August 1, 1963, 12:30 p.m., Statler Hilton Hotel, Boston 



PRESENT : President Lederle, Trustees Boyden, 
Healey, Haigis, Pumphret, McNamara, 
Solomon, Thompson, Brett, Crowley, 
Emerson, Schuck, Troy, Kieman, 
Brown, Croce, Fox, Treasurer Johnson, 
Secretary Ryan, Mr. Gordon (represent- 
ing the Governor) and Business Manager 
Grady 

The provisions of Chapter 626 of the Acts of 1958 having 
been complied with, and a quorum of the Board of Trustees being 
present and acting throughout, the Chairman of the Board called the 
meeting to order. Upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 

VOTED : To approve the minutes of the meeting of 
July 2, 1963. 

Mrs. Peabody, wife of His Excellency Endicott Peabody, 
Governor of the Commonwealth, was introduced to the Board of Trustees 
The Chairman of the Board expressed the pleasure of all its members 
in welcoming Mrs. Peabody, and their gratitude at this expression 
of her own great interest in higher education in the Commonwealth. 
The Chairman commented on Mrs. Peabody' s visit to the campus of the 
University in May and expressed the appreciation of the University 
and the Board for her gift of an antique silver Revere bowl to the 
Massachusetts Historical Room of the Goodell Library. 

Trustee Pumphret, Chairman of the University of Massachu- 
setts Building Authority, reported that a board of arbitration had 
convened on the campus of the University of Massachusetts to inspect 
construction on the site of Project 2. This was brought about by the 
contractor who challenged the order of the architect to remove cer- 
tain work. No decision had yet been communicated from the arbitra- 
tion board to Trustee Pumphret, but he expected to be able to make 
the report on this at the next meeting. In addition, the Authority 
has engaged engineering testing experts to consider the contractor's 
challenge of the safety of floor planks as specified by the archi- 
tect. The tests are not yet complete, but those which have been 
taken indicate that the floor planks meet safety tests beyond the 
required amount. Trustee Pumphret reported that the Authority is on 
top of this job doing everything possible to get the dormitories 
built. 

It was reported that bids for construction of the Dining 
Commons have been invited. The bids will be opened and a contract 
awarded prior to the next meeting of the Board when a full report 
will be made. 



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Amendatory legislation has been introduced and is progress 
ing well through the Legislature. On the strength of the favorable 
reception of progress of this legislation, the Building Authority 
has instructed its counsel to draw up contracts for the design of 
the first section of the high-rise dormitories in the southwest 
quadrangle and for the construction of the football facility. It 
is hoped that the dormitory project in the southwest quadrangle can 
go to bid in January 1964. 

Trustee Healey, Chairman of the Medical Dean Search 
Committee, reported that progress is being made. As of the moment, 
the committee has interviewed approximately 20 persons for the 
position as Dean of the Medical School. Today they will interview 
two more persons. Very soon, the committee will have five persons 
to recommend to the Board for their careful consideration. Further- 
more, if desired by any members of the Board, the committee will 
arrange a "briefing" session in which there will be a thorough re- 
view of all of the persons considered by the committee as well as 
those interviewed by the committee. 

Subsequent to the last meeting, the question of action re- 
garding establishing a suitable salary for the position was pursued. 
It is hoped that this question will be resolved through submission 
by the Commissioner of Administration of a special bill calling for 
a salary to be fixed by the Trustees not to exceed $30,000 for the 
Dean of the Medical School. 

In response to questions, it was pointed out that the 
committee has considered only the question of a person to be 
recommended for the Deanship. The committee has sifted through 
approximately 125 names of persons in the course of its work, 
narrowing the list by directly contacting some 65 persons of whom 
40 were not interested in any further discussion or interview. 
New names are still being recommended. Tufts and Boston University 
personnel have been very helpful to the committee making available 
to them data which they acquired in their own searches for Medical 
Deans . 

Trustee Healey, Chairman of the Committee, presented the 
report of the Finance Committee. On recommendation of the 
committee and upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 
unanimous ly 

VOTED : That the cash variance overage in the 
amount of $5.38 as of June 30, 1963 in 
the Treasurer's Office be written off 
as a credit to the Trust Fund Interest 
Account. 



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Medical 
Dean 
Search 
Committee 






Report of 
F inane e 
Committee 



Trust Fund 

Interest 

Account 



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Student 

Union 

Funds 



Personnel 
Actions 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 



The disbursements made by the President from the amount 
authorized from unrestricted trust funds was reviewed in preparation 
for recommending additional funds for the President's use for fiscal 
year ending 1964. Upon recommendation of the Committee on Finance 
and upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To approve the following uses of Trust 

Fund Interest for the fiscal year start- 
ing July 1, 1963: 

1. Scholarships $15,000 

2. Matching Grant - Outstanding 

Teacher Award 500 

3. University Fund for Presi- 

dent's Discretionary Fund 5,000 

Upon recommendation of the Committee on Finance and upon 
motion being duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To authorize payment of legal services 
in the drafting of tenure policies and 
other matters in an amount of $1,875 to 
Ely, Bartlett, Brown & Proctor to be 
paid from the Trust Fund Interest Account. 

After general discussion, it was agreed that a memorandum 
would be prepared giving information on Trust Funds including their 
sources and nature of expenditures, the memorandum to be made avail- 
able to the Trustees by the next meeting of the Board. Upon 
recommendation of the Committee on Finance and upon motion being 
duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To approve transfer of $10,000 in the 

1963 budget from the Student Union Food 
Service Fund to the Student Union General 
Fund for the purchase of equipment. 

There was general discussion of the need, as expressed at 
the last meeting, for a brief and general summary indicating pro- 
gram content of operating budget documents. Consensus of the Board 
was that it would be extremely helpful to have such a summary and 
that it should be prepared for them prior to taking up consideration 
of the next operating budget (approximately June 1964). 

President Lederle presented the personnel actions. After 
general discussion and upon motion being duly made and seconded, 
it was 

VOTED : To approve the personnel actions as set 
forth in Document 64-002 which is here- 
by attached to and made part of these 
minutes. 



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It was further 

VOTED : That every personnel action shall be sub- 
ject to the policies and procedures now 
in effect and as subsequently amended, re- 
vised, added to or repealed by the Board 
of Trustees with respect to professional 
personnel under provisions of Chapter 75 
of the General Laws as amended by Chapter 
648, 1962. The classification, salary 
range and descriptive job specifications 
for each position to which a member of the 
professional staff is hereby appointed, 
promoted, transferred, or determined shall 
be as hereafter determined by the Board 
of Trustees or under their authority. 

After general discussion and upon motion being duly made 
and seconded, it was 

VOTED : In accordance with the provisions of 
Chapter 648 of the Acts of 1962 the 
following position title in the pro- 
fessional staff is classified at a 
weekly salary rate specified after the 
title of position in the following 
schedule subject to subsequently being 
amended, revised, added to or repealed 
by the Board of Trustees under the pro- 
visions of said Chapter 648. 

Title of Position - Dean of Admissions & 

Records, U of M 
Classification in General Salary Schedule - 
maximum Weekly - $254.75, Converted to 
Yearly - $13,247. 

There was general discussion of the appropriate procedure 
for discussion, review and approval of recommendations for appoint- 
ment to key positions in the University staff . Upon motion being 
duly made and seconded, it was 

VOTED : That major appointments in the University 
should be referred to the Committee on 
Faculty and Program of Study prior to 
their recommendation by the President to 
the Board. It is understood that the 
President will prepare a list of positions 
considered to be major in the University 
staff. 






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Nursing 



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Cooperating 

Hospitals 

Agreement 



Flight 

Training 

Contract 



ROTC and 
AROTC 



Woynar 
Property 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 

Treasurer Johnson described in general the agreements be- 
tween the University and cooperating hospitals with respect to the 
program of the School of Nursing. After general discussion and upon 
motion being duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To renew and continue in force cooperative 
agreements with the Springfield Hospital, 
the Wesson Maternity Hospital, the Visit- 
ing Nurse Association of Springfield, and 
the Springfield Health Department, and to 
enter into new cooperative agreement with 
the Wesson Memorial Hospital for the pur- 
poses of providing clinical and other 
nursing experience for students in the 
University of Massachusetts School of 
Nursing and to authorize the Treasurer 
to execute said agreements and to take 
necessary action for their implementation. 

In the course of discussion, question was raised regarding 
the extent of knowledge of the Trustees of the program of the School 
of Nursing, and the programs of other schools in the University. 
Further, what mechanism exists to provide this kind of information 
to the Trustees? Trustee Schuck reported that the Faculty and Pro- 
gram of Study Committee intends to reorganize in the coming year to 
permit sub-committees to concentrate on various educational programs 
in the University and to arrange a program for extensive study and 
discussion of educational problems in the University. 

Treasurer Johnson presented to the Board a request for 
flight training programs for the ROTC and AROTC. After general 
discussion and upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 
unanimously 

VOTED ; To continue the program of flight in- 
struction for both Air Force and Army 
ROTC students and to authorize the 
Treasurer, Kenneth W. Johnson, to take 
from time to time all necessary actions 
to implement this vote including the 
signing of negotiated contracts with the 
Department of the Air Force and Depart- 
ment of the Army and the signing of sub- 
contracts with qualified successful 
bidders for said flight instruction. 

Treasurer Johnson reported that the July meeting of the 
Board of Trustees had approved acquiring the land of Katherine L. 
Woynar. It is now necessary to obtain the signatures of the members 
of the Board of Trustees on the land taking instrument. According- 
ly, the Treasurer circulated the land taking instrument to obtain 
signatures of the members of the Board. 






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President Lederle reported to the Board that the survey 
committee of the United National Organizations of Phi Beta Kappa 
had come to the campus to review the programs of the University and 
to consider the application of the University for membership. The 
report of the survey and review committee may be known by January 
1964. Assuming the report is favorable, action by the United 
National Chapter is anticipated at their triennial conference in 
the summer of 1964. 

The attention of the members of the Board was invited to 
the recommended calendar for meetings for 1963-64. There being no 
objections, the calendar of meetings was adopted as set forth in 
Document 64-004. 

President Lederle recommended to the Board consideration 
of meeting over the weekend of September 20, 21, 22 at the Northfiel^l 
Hotel for a series of seminar sessions permitting a wide ranging 
discussion of the higher education and the University of Massachu- 
setts. After general discussion, members of the Board welcomed the 
suggestion and approved the dates. 

The President reported to the "Board that the Associate 
Alumni of the University had been invited to consider possibility 
of arranging special welcome and hospitality for Legislators and 
friends of the University at the University of Massachusetts - 
Harvard football game, September 28, 1963 in Boston 

There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned 
at 4:30 p.m. 



2515 



Status 
Report on 
Phi Beta 
Kappa 
Application 




John W. Ryan 
?ary, Board of Ti 



stees 



Calendar of 

Meetings 

1963-64 



Seminar 
September 
20 - 22 



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Report of 
F inance 
Committee 



Fidelity 
Bond 



Research and 
Other Grant 
Overhead 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 



MINUTES OF MEETING OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
September 10, 1963, 12:30 p.m., Sheraton- Plaza Hotel, Boston 



PRESENT : President Lederle, Trustees Healey, 
Fox, Kiernan, Plimpton, Hoftyzer, 
Brown, Haigis, Emerson, Troy, 
McNamara, Crowley, Thompson, Solomon, 
Frechette, Schuck, Pumphret, Croce, 
Treasurer Johnson, Secretary Ryan, 
Provost Woods ide, Mr. Gordon (repre- 
senting the Governor). 

The provisions of Chapter 626 of the Acts of 1958 having 
been complied with, and a quorum of the Board of Trustees being 
present and acting throughout, the meeting was called to order by 
the President in the absence of the Chairman of the Board. Upon 
motion being duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To elect Trustee Healey as Chairman pro tem 
for the meeting. 

Treasurer Johnson gave the report of the Finance 
Committee since Trustee Healey, its chairman, was presiding. It was 
reported that the committee had considered the matter of a fidelity 
bond for University personnel. After general discussion and upon 
motion being duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To approve a comprehensive plan of blanket 
fidelity bond coverage of all employees to 
be obtained in the amount of $250,000 at a 
premium for the first three years of 
$3,393.00 from the Fidelity and Deposit 
Company of Maryland through Boit, Dalton 
and Church of Boston. 

It was reported that the Committee on Finance had re- 
viewed the general policy of the Board of Trustees with respect to 
the use of sums of money accruing to the University as overhead from 
research and other grants and contracts. It was reported that the 
Committee on Finance recommended to the Board of Trustees that in 
addition to the standing vote of the Trustees to use overhead earned 
on research and other grants and contracts for the furtherance of 
the research of the University, additional authorization should be 
given to use up to one-third of such overhead each year for 
maintenance, repairs, alterations and other project costs in support 
of the work of the academic departments. In the course of general 
discussion and in response to questions from various Trustees, it was 
pointed out that research and other grants and contracts procedures 
are regularly audited both by Federal and State auditors. Trustee 
Pumphret suggested that it would be preferable from an accounting 
point of view to relate the allocation of research and other grant 
and contract funds for maintenance purposes to a formula based on 




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UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 



actual budgetary experience. After general discussion and upon 
motion being duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To refer the question of allocation of 

research and other grant overhead to the 
Finance Committee for further study and 
recommendation to the Board. 

A general consensus of the Board favored the recommenda- 
tion of the Finance Committee that the Chairman of the Board appoint 
an ad hoc committee of Trustees to consider the need for a De- 
velopment Program at the University, the appropriate organization, 
and the respective roles of the University, the Associate Alumni 
and the Foundation. 

Trustee Haigis, Chairman of the Committee on Buildings and 
Grounds, reported that the committee had considered Project 8064-27, 
Central Storage Building, and the matter of recommending an archi- 
tect for preparing plans for that structure. In the course of 
discussion of the architects recommended by the committee, it was 
pointed out that it is likely that the Central Storage facility will 
be constructed immediately adjacent to and probably connecting with 
the present Maintenance Building. In view of this, the committee 
was recommending Mr. Henry J. Tessier who designed the present 
Maintenance Building. After general discussion and upon motion bein£ 
duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : That the following architects be recommended 
to the Commissioner of Administration for 
preparing plans for the Central Storage 
Building, in the order listed: 

1. Henry J. Tessier - Springfield 

2. Goody & Clancy - Boston 

3. Pierce & Pierce - Boston 

There was a general review of projects and architects and 
status of work completed as set forth in Document 64-010. After 
the review and following a general discussion and upon motion being 
duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : That the President inform the Commissioner 

of Administration that the Board of Trustees 
reaffirms its recommendation of Minoru 
Yamasaki as architect for Project 8064-31 - 
Fine Arts Facilities. 

It was further 



Ad Hoc 
Committee on 
Development 



Report of 
Committee 
on Buildings 
and Grounds 



Recommenda- 
tion of 
Architects 
for Central 
Storage 
Building 



Fine Arts 
Building 



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Acceptance 
of Study of 
Power Plant 
U63-7 



Recommendat ion 
of Stone & 
Webster for 
future electri- 
cal, steam & 
power design 
work 



Grandonico 
Property 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 



VOTED : That the Commissioner of Administration 
should be informed by the President that 
the Board of Trustees wishes to confer 
with him in connection with all new con- 
struction contemplated for the University, 
and furthermore, the President and a 
committee of the Board stand ready to 
meet with the Commissioner of Administration 
to express the position of the Board. 

Upon recommendation of the Committee on Buildings and 
Grounds and after general discussion and upon motion being duly made 
and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : That the report prepared by Stone & Webster 
Engineering Corporation, being a study of 
the power needs and facilities of the Uni- 
versity, be accepted in principle. 

Upon recommendation of the Committee on Buildings and 
Grounds and after general discussion and upon motion being duly made 
and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : That the Board of Trustees of the Uni- 
versity of Massachusetts recommended 
Stone & Webster Engineering Corporation 
for selection for future electric, steam 
and power plant design work at the Uni- 
versity of Massachusetts 

The matter of a settlement on the Grandonico property was 
brought before the Board. The facts and general history of the 
case were reviewed. After general discussion and upon motion being 
duly made and seconded, it was 

VOTED : To pay to Mary T. Grandonico of Amherst, 
Massachusetts, the sum of Thirty Five 
Thousand ($35,000.00) dollars for her 
property situate in Amherst, Hampshire 
County, Massachusetts, and more particularly 
described as Parcel 57, Page 11-A, of the 
Town Atlas, Town of Amherst, and being the 
same premises which were taken by eminent 
domain proceedings by the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts for the use of the Trustees 
of the University of Massachusetts. Taxes 
on the said premises for the year 1962 are 
to be paid in full by the said Mary T. 
Grandonico. 

The aforesaid payment is in accordance with 
an offer of settlement made to the University 
of Massachusetts by Mary T. Grandonico. 



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It was reported to the Board that an offer of settlement 
had been received from Michael W. and Mary A. Dziuba for their 
property on Hillside Avenue. After general discussion and upon 
motion being duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To purchase or take by eminent domain in 
fee, the property of Michael W. Dziuba 
and Mary A. Dziuba situate at Hillside 
Avenue in Amherst, Hampshire County, 
Massachusetts, and more particularly 
described as Parcel 6, Page 11-A of the 
Town Atlas, Town of Amherst, and that the 
purchase price for said property be Twelve 
Thousand Five Hundred ($12,500.00) dollars. 

It was reported to the Board that Charles Palmer has 
offered to settle his property for a purchase price of $13,750.00. 
After general discussion and upon motion being duly made and 
seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : That the settlement offer for the Charles 
Palmer property be referred to the Build- 
ings and Grounds Committee for further 
study and subsequent recommendation to the 

Board of Trustees. 

m 

Question was raised regarding the extent of information 
available to Board members in the matter of land taking, including 
procedures of appraisal, negotiation and related matters. After 
general discussion and upon motion being duly made and seconded, 
it was unanimously 

VOTED : To request the Committee on Buildings 

and Grounds to study procedures, schedule 
of fees, policies and land taking activi- 
ties in the past and at present, and sub- 
mit a report regarding same to the Board 
of Trustees at the next meeting. 

It was reported to the Board that the members of the 
Committee on Buildings and Grounds had inspected the Natural Re- 
sources Building (Holdsworth Hall). Upon motion being duly made 
and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED: To accept the Natural Resources Building 
(Holdsworth Hall), Project U59-2, as com- 
pleted. 

It was reported to the Board that the Committee on Build- 
ings and Grounds had considered the terms and conditions of 
occupancy of faculty and staff housing and married student housing 

at the University. After general discussion and upon motion being 
duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 



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Dziuba 
Property 



Palmer 
Property 



Report on 
Procedures 
& Schedule 
of Fees in 
Land Taking 
Actions 



Holdsworth 
Hall - 
Acceptance of 



Terms and 
Conditions of 
Occupancy of 
University 
Housing 



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Room Rental 
Charges for 
Additional 
Occupancy for 
©rett & Gorman 
Houses 



Report of 

Building 

Authority 



Football 
Facility 



Dining 
Commons - 
Contract 
Award 



Arbitration 
in connection 
with Project 
2 Contractor 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 

VOTED : To approve the terms and conditions of 
occupancy of faculty and staff housing 
as set forth in Document 63-087 and 
terms and conditions of occupancy of 
married student housing as set forth in 
Document 63-088. 

The Board considered the necessity of establishing a room 
rental charge for additional occupancy due to the increase in the 
number of entering freshman students at the University. After 
general discussion and upon motion being duly made and seconded, 
it was unanimously 

VOTED : To request the University of Massachusetts 
Building Authority to establish room rental 
charges for additional occupancy for Brett 
and Gorman Houses, to correspond with the 
80% formula established by the Board of 
Trustees for occupancy of a room in excess 
of ordinary capacity. 

Trustee Pumphret, Chairman of the University of Massa- 
chusetts Building Authority, reported that the Governor had signed 
legislation increasing the flexibility of operation of the Build- 
ing Authority and increasing its bonding authority. 

It was reported to the Board by Trustee Pumphret that the 
Building Authority was in the process of drawing a contract with 
Mr. Weidlinger and Mr. Bunschaft for design of the Football 
Facility. 

The results on the bids for the construction contract for 
the Dining Commons were highly encouraging. The three low bidders 
were: (1) Franchie, (2) White and (3) Batson. Trustee Pumphret re- 
ported that the low bid of $1,452,964 was approximately $300,000 be- 
low the estimate received from the architects. 

Trustee Pumphret reported on the results of the recent 
arbitration with respect to performance by Walsh, the contractor on 
the project to the dormitory. In the matter of the claim that the 
contractor's performance on certain columns in the structures did 
not comply with the specifications and instructions of the archi- 
tect, the arbitration found that these columns were not in sub- 
stantial compliance with said specifications and instructiona. Also 
regarding the other obligation of the contractor that certain planks 
did not meet safety standards, the test engineers found that those 
planks in the construction not only met safety standards but far ex- 
ceeded necessary safety standards. It was reported by Trustee 
Pumphret that counsel for the Building Authority is presently pre- 
paring an opinion concerning the rights of both parties regarding 
the possible removal from the project of the present contractor, and 
on the most effective way to assure completion of the project for 
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discussion that neither the President nor any other official of the 
University has been present at meetings of the Building Authority. 
Trustee Pumphret stated that he and the Authority had always re- 
ceived 100% cooperation from the President in Building Authority 
matters. A motion (by Trustee Thompson) was made and seconded that 
the Board of Trustees of the University of Massachusetts express its 
intent that the University of Massachusetts Building Authority in- 
vite the President or his designee to attend each meeting of the 
Building Authority. The motion was defeated. 

The President reiterated that his interest is in 
facilitating the work of the Building Authority so that the in- 
dispensable dormitory facilities are provided for anticipated en- 
rollment increases next fall and thereafter. Budget requests and 
other plans at the University are based on an expanding enrollment, 
but these will have to be reviewed and revised unless dormitory 
facilities are available. The President renewed his pledge to do 
everything in his power to assist the Building Authority in its 
work. 

The Board received a report regarding submission to the 
University by the Agency for International Development of a contract 
under the terms of which the University would provide advisory and 
technical assistance through its School of Education to the govern- 
ment of Uganda. After general discussion and upon motion being duly 
made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED ; To confirm the authorization by the 
Executive Committee of the Board to 
Treasurer Kenneth W. Johnson to sign 
AIC Contract - AID/afe-86, on behalf 
of the University of Massachusetts. 

Trustee Schuck, Chairman of the Committee on Faculty and 
Program of Study, reported to the Board its recommendations regard- 
ing additions, deletions and re-naming of certain courses in the 
undergraduate curriculum. After general discussion and upon motion 
being duly made and seconded, it was 

VOTED : To approve course revisions as set forth 
in Document 64-005 (A-C) in Forestry, 
Economics, Speech, Chemical Engineering 
and Electrical Engineering. 

The Board considered certain changes proposed for the 
Nursing program as recommended by the Committee on Faculty and Pro- 
gram of Study. After general discussion and upon motion being duly 
made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED ; To approve changes in the Nursing program 
as set forth in Document 64-005 (D) . 



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Uganda 

AID 

Contract 



Report of 
Committee 
on Faculty 
& Program 
of Study 



Nursing 
Program 
Changes 



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Graduate 

Curriculum 

Changes 



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Master of 
Fine Arts 



Ph.D. in 

Civil 

Engineering 



Master of 
Arts in 
Statistics 



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The Board received a report from Trustee Schuck regarding 
proposed actions in the Graduate curriculum which had been con- 
sidered by the Committee on Faculty and Program of Study and 
recommended for approval to the Board of Trustees. After general 
discussion and upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 
unanimously 

VOTED : To approve Graduate curriculum actions 
as set forth in Document 64-006 (II). 

The Board considered the recommendation from the Committee 
on Faculty and Program of Study that approval be granted for a 
master's degree in Fine Arts. After general discussion, it was 
moved, seconded and unanimously 

VOTED ; To approve the proposal for a Master of 
Fine Arts degree program as set forth in 
Document 64-007. 

Trustee Schuck reported recommendation of the committee 
for approval of the Ph.D. program in Civil Engineering. The pro- 
posed program will not require many additional courses, and the new 
courses required would emphasize research techniques and methodology, 
The proposed program involves a cooperative approach with the De- 
partment of Geology. After general discussion and upon motion being 
duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To approve the proposal to establish a 
Ph.D. in Civil Engineering as set forth 
in Document 64-008. 

The Board discussed the proposal for a Master of Arts in 
Statistics as recommended by the committee. It was pointed out that 
individual professional statistical courses, for example in 
Economics or Psychology, will still be offered in the respective 
departments. Basic and general statistics at the advanced level 
will be under the jurisdiction of the proposed program which will be 
administered through an interdepartmental committee. After general 
discussion and upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 
unanimously 

VOTED : To approve the proposal for a Master of 
Arts in Statistics as set forth in 
Document 64-009. 

In the course of general discussion, several questions 
were raised regarding the nature and extent of further development 
in graduate programs in the University. The President indicated 
that the pace of growth and development in the graduate program in 
the future would necessarily depend upon adequate budgetary support. 
He discussed with the Board the traditional 15 to 1 teacher- student 
ratio which has been used for years as the basis for budgetary 
calculations. This is an unsatisfactory ratio in itself for 



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graduate work some of which must employ a 1 to 1 ratio. It will be 
necessary, in the near future, to develop a variable formula for 
the support of graduate work as compared with undergraduate work, in 
order not to dilute the quality of the undergraduate program at the 
University. 

The Board was informed by Trustee Healey (Chairman pro tern) 
who is Chairman of the Medical Dean Search Committee, that a 
luncheon meeting has been set for 1:00 p.m. Tuesday, September 17, 
1963, at the Parker House. The purpose of the meeting is to review 
the status of the work of the committee for the benefit of any 
members of the Board who desire to attend. The Secretary was in- 
structed to circularize the membership of the Board regarding the 
time and place of the meeting and to solicit from them indications 
of their interest in attending. 

The President reported to the Board that every action 
possible was being taken to secure favorable legislative action re- 
garding the establishment of the salary for the Dean of the Medical 
School. 

The President reported to the Board the impending resigna- 
tion of Secretary Ryan in order to accept a position at another 
university. After general discussion and upon motion being duly 
made and seconded, it was 

VOTED : To record in the minutes of the Board of 

Trustees of the University of Massachusetts 
a commendation to John W. Ryan for his 
service as Secretary of the Board, and to 
further record the unanimous wish of the 
membership of the Board for his success 
in his new position. 

The President nominated for the ratification of the Board 
the appointment of Dr. Leo F. Redfern, Director of the Office of 
Institutional Studies at the University of Massachusetts, as Acting 
Secretary of the Board of Trustees. Upon motion being duly made 
and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To approve the appointment of Dr. Leo F. 
Redfern as Acting Secretary of the Uni- 
versity of Massachusetts, and Acting 
Secretary of the Board of Trustees of 
the University of Massachusetts, it being 
understood that Dr. Redfern will continue 
in that position until a successor is 
appointed. 

President Lederle presented personnel actions for the 
approval of the Board. The Board was requested to approve establish 
ment of position: Housing Officer for Women, U of M. Upon motion 
being duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 



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Medical 
Dean 
Search 
Committee 



Resignation 
of Secretary 
Ryan 



Appointment 
of Acting 
Secretary 



Personnel 
Actions 



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University 

Budget 

1964-65 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 



VOTED : That in accordance with provisions of 
Chapter 648 of the Acts of 1962 the 
following position title in the pro- 
fessional staff is classified at a 
weekly salary rate specified after the 
title of the position in the following 
schedule subject to subsequently being 
amended, revised, added to or repealed 
by the Board of Trustees under the pro- 
visions of said Chapter 648. 

Title of Position - Housing Officer for 
Women, U of M. 

Classification in General Salary Schedule - 
maximum Weekly - $111.75, Converted to 
Yearly - $5,811.00. 

Upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 
unanimously 

VOTED ; To approve the personnel actions as set 
forth in Document 64-013 which is hereby 
attached to and made part of these 
minutes. Every personnel action shall 
be subject to the policies and procedures 
now in effect and as subsequently amended, 
revised, added to or repealed by the Board 
of Trustees with respect to professional 
personnel under provisions of Chapter 75 
of the General Laws as amended by Chapter 
648, 1962. The classification, salary 
range and descriptive job specifications 
for each position to which a member of the 
professional staff is hereby appointed, 
promoted, transferred, or determined shall 
be as hereafter determined by the Board of 
Trustees or under their authority. 

The members of the Board of Trustees considered the Uni- 
versity budget request as set forth in Document 64-012. The Presi- 
dent reviewed the salient features of the budget request, explain- 
ing that the budget document reflects the following policy de- 
terminations: 

1. A 107o increase in salary for all employees plus an 
additional 10% increase for the professional staff 
members of the University now before the Legislature. 

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2. Provision of. statutory salary increases which make 

up. 297o of the total budget increases. 
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4. An increase (8% of the total) caused by rising 
operating costs as new buildings come into use. 

5. Provision of funds for expanding in the direction 
of year-round academic operation. 

6. The support for graduate and professional education 
to meet the demands in the Commonwealth. 

7. A 6% faculty salary increment - a "keep up" factor 
assuming far reaching "catch up" action as referred 
to in point one above. 

After general discussion and upon motion being duly made 
and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : To approve the budget request for the fiscal 
year beginning July 1, 1964, as set forth in 
Document 64-012. 

Upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 
unanimously 

VOTED : To approve the budget for the Pittsfield 
programs for 1963-64 as set forth in 
Document 64-015. 

Secretary Ryan reported on indications from the Trustees 

regarding attendance at the Seminar scheduled to be held at The 
Northfield in East Northfield, Massachusetts beginning Friday, 
September 20, and concluding at noon Sunday, September 22, 1963. 

Mr. Gordon, acting in his capacity as President of the 
Associate Alumni of the University of Massachusetts, reported on 
plans of the Alumni to invite members of the General Court to attend 
the Harvard football game as guests. He further reported that an 
excellent pre-game buffet and hospitality hour has been arranged 
to which the Legislators will be invited. He expressed the hope 
that the members of the Board find it possible to attend the pre- 
game and game activities, and indicated that a large number of 
Alumni, University faculty and staff and Harvard staff would 
participate in the activities. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned at 5:15 p.m. 



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Pittsfield 
Budget 



Trustee 
Seminar 




Secretary, Board of Trustees 



Alumni Plans 
for U. Mass. 
Harvard 
Football Game 



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President' 
Comments 



Reaffirmation 
of Policy on 
Fair "Employ- 
ment Opportu- 
nities 



Salary 
Guide lines 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 



MINUTES OF MEETING OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
October 19, 1963, 10:30 a.m., Holdsworth Hall, University Campus 



PRESENT : President Lederle, Trustees Boyden, 
Brett, Brown, Haigis, Healey, 
McNamara, Pumphret, Schuck, Plimpton, 
Emerson, Croce, Troy, Provost 
Woods ide, Treasurer Johnson, Acting 
Secretary Redfern and Mr. Grady, 
University Business Manager 



The provisions of Chapter 626 of the Acts of 1958 having 
been complied with, and a quorum of the Board of Trustees being 
present and acting throughout, Chairman Boyden called the meeting 
to order. Upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 

VOTED : To approve the minutes of the meeting 
of September 10, 1963. 

The President explained that identification stickers 
would be attached to Trustee vehicles in order to facilitate campus 
security personnel assisting Trustees with directions and parking. 

The President noted, that as a result of discussions the 
University has had with representatives of the Federal Government, 
it might be advisable for the Board to reaffirm its long-standing 
policy on fair and equal employment opportunities. The Federal 
Government, under an executive order, now has the responsibility of 
determining whether or not any institution or industry receiving 
Federal grants is in compliance with the executive order concerning 
equal employment opportunities. Therefore, in addition to its long- 
standing practices and in addition to statutory provisions in 
Massachusetts legislation insuring fair employment opportunities, 
the President recommended that the Board at this time reaffirm its 
equal employment opportunity policy. It was moved, seconded and 



Resolved: 



That the Board of Trustees reaffirm 
its long-standing support of the 
policy of equal employment opportu- 
nities at the University of Massa- 
chusetts according to the statutes 
of the Commonwealth, and as re- 
affirmed for the University of Massa- 
chusetts in Chapter 648 of the Acts 
of 1962. 



The President explained the various types of suggested 
guidelines that might be appropriate in the event salary adjustments 
are authorized in the future. Such guidelines, approved by the 



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Deans and the administration, would be submitted, along with the 
recommendations for personnel actions, to the Committee on Faculty 
and Program: of Study at a meeting in the near future. The President 
further explained the current procedures, authorized by the 
Trustees, which are followed by the University in evaluating and 
recommending personnel actions. It was emphasized that the pro- 
cedures involved the department heads, departmental personnel 
committees in those departments of size to warrant such, and the 
deans and college or school personnel or executive committees, 
prior to final evaluation and recommendation by the chief academic 
officers of the University to the Board of Trustees. 

The Chairman of the Finance Committee stated that the 
Finance Committee had reviewed the classification, use, and ex- 
penditures of University Trust Funds. Upon recommendation of the 
committee and upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 
unanimously 

VOTED : That $1,000 be allotted from the Unrestricted 
Endowment Income funds to the President for 
special needs. 

The Finance Committee had discussed the recently enacted 
state legislation authorizing members of educational institutions 
to participate at their option in tax sheltered annuity programs. 
This would be at no cost to the University, and would take place 
through a contract between participating members and the insurance 
company. The University would provide a service in arranging for 
payroll deduction procedures as a courtesy to staff members who 
elect to engage in the program. One condition yet to be resolved 
is whether or not the conditions of participation should include a 
blanket contract for staff, on a bid basis, or allow individual 
selection of insurance contractors. It was pointed out that change; 
in existing contracts would likely be limited to one annual date 
regardless of which form the contract(s) took. After general 
discussion and upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 
unanimously 

VOTED : To approve the principle of University 
staff participation in authorized tax 
sheltered annuity programs and to direct 
the administration to refer details on 
procedure to the Finance Committee for 
final approval. 

The Finance Chairman informed the Board that the Finance 
Committee had authorized funds received from treasury bills coming 
due in October 1963 being placed into variable interest accounts 
for the time being. He further informed the Board that the report 
of the Treasurer on "Classification, Sources and Uses of Funds for 
Fiscal Year 1962-63" is being prepared in summary form and mil be 
distributed to Board members. 



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Report of 

Finance 

Committee 



Unrestricted 
Trust Fund 



Tax 

Sheltered 
Annuity 
Program 



Treasury 
Bills Due 



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Research 
Trust Fund 
Budget 



Authorization 
to Associate 
Treasurer 
for Official 
Endorsements 



Policy State- 
ment Covering 
Patents & 
Discoveries 



Ad Hoc 

Committee on 
University 
Development 

Medical 
School 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 



The utilization and source of funds in the University 
Research Trust Fund were explained. Upon recommendation of the 
Committee on Finance and upon motion being duly made and seconded, 
it was unanimously 

VOTED : To approve the proposed budget for re- 
search trust fund for fiscal year 1964 
as set forth in Document 64-019. 

Upon recommendation of the committee, it was duly moved, 
seconded and unanimously 

VOTED : To authorize Robert H. Brand, Associate 
Treasurer of the University of Massa- 
chusetts, as directed by the Treasurer, 
or in his absence, to sign or endorse 
in the name of the University of Massa- 
chusetts or the Board of Trustees of the 
University of Massachusetts such official 
documents and vouchers, including checks, 
drafts, certificates of deposit and with- 
drawal orders, as require the signature 
of the financial officer of the University 
provided that all checks, drafts, certificates 
of deposit and withdrawal orders in an amount 
of $10,000 or more shall require the addi- 
tional signature of either the Treasurer or 
the Controller except fund transfers between 
accounts in the First National Bank of 
Amherst. 

In the course of general discussion, it was brought out 
that there is a need in the future of the University to review 
patent policy for the purpose of bringing said policy up to date in 
making it more equitable in terms of University activity in the re- 
search field. 

The Chairman of the Board announced that in accordance 
with prior discussion by the Board he was hereby appointing the 
following members to the Ad Hoc Trustee Development Committee: 
President Lederle, Trustees Emerson, Haigis, Troy and Crowley. 

It was reported that the Medical Dean Search Committee is 
now ready to recommend names to the Board for interviews at special 
Board meetings. The Acting Secretary was instructed to arrange for 
said special meetings, giving as much consideration as possible to 
the selection of dates which would be suitable for those members of 
the Board who have medical backgrounds or who served on the Medical 
Dean Search Committee. The Board then went into executive session. 



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Upon leaving executive session, the Board took up item 
5 on the agenda - Report on Land Acquisition. The President in- 
formed the Board that there was no business to report on land 
acquisitions at this time. 

President Lederle presented the personnel actions. After 
general discussion and upon motion being duly made and seconded, 
it was 

VOTED : To approve the personnel actions as set 
forth in Document 64-016 which is hereby- 
attached to and made part of these minutes. 

It was further 

V OTED : That every personnel action shall be subject 
to the policies and procedures no?; in effect 
and as subsequently amended, revised, added 
to or repealed by the Board of Trustees with 
respect to professional personnel under pro- 
visions of Chapter 75 of the General Laws as 
amended by Chapter 648, 1962. The classifica- 
tion, salary range and descriptive job 
specifications for each position to which a 
member of the professional staff is hereby 
appointed, promoted, transferred, or de- 
termined shall be as hereafter determined 
by the Board of Trustees or under their 
authority. 

The Chairman of the Board acknowledged the fine work which 
had been done by the Chairman of the Building Authority in connection 
with his participation in meetings with students and faculty in re- 
gard to the building plans and problems of the Authority. The 
Chairman of the Building Authority explained the status of the 
dormitory project involving Mr. V/alsh as contractor. This project 
is now one year behind schedule. He informed the Board that the 
Building Authority had given the contractor notice of intent to 
terminate the contract, and that this action had left three 
alternatives: (l) the bonding company completing the job; (2) 
re-bidding the contract and awarding to a new contractor; and (3) 
appointment of a new supervisor by V/alsh, satisfactory to the 
Authority and Architect, who would have authority to get the job 
done within the required limitations. It was explained that under 
the circumstances, with time pressing, alternative three appeared 
to be the most desirable and feasible alternative and this course 
of action was taken by the Building Authority. Mr. Robert Canedi, 
an experienced supervisor of construction, was appointed with ex- 
tended authority and powers in contractual form between the Build- 
ing Authority, Mr. Canedi and M. J. V/alsh & Sons. Mr. Canedi 's 
authority includes the right to order supplies and equipment and 
the number of personnel required, including overtime authorizations 



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Report of 

Land 

Acquisition 



Personnel 
Actions 



U of M 
Building 
Authority 
Report 



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Other 
Business 



Next Meeting 
Date 
November 22. 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 



that may be necessary in order to complete the work with all due 
dispatch and not later than August 14, 1964. The Chairman of the 
Building Authority concluded his report by stating that it now 
appears possible for the work on the dormitory complex behind the 
President's House to move steadily forward towards completion. 

Copies of the student Centennial Yearbook, INDEX, were 
distributed to the Trustees at the request of the editors of the 
INDEX. The Board directed the Acting Secretary to express its 
thanks and appreciation to the editors of the INDEX for these 
complimentary copies of a fine Centennial publication. 

President Lederle stated that the most likely apparent 
date for the next Board meeting would be Friday, November 22. 
This change would be required in view of the necessary meeting of 
the Faculty and Program of Study Committee scheduled for 
November 15. 

There being no further business, the meeting was 
adjourned at 12:10 p.m. 



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Acting Secretary, Board of Trustees 



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MINUTES OF SPECIAL MEETING OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
November 6, 1963, 12M, Statler Hilton Hotel, Boston, Mass. 

Chairman Boyden presiding 



PRESENT : Trustees Brett, Brown, Crowley, 
Fox, Boyden, Haigis, Healey, 
Kiernan, McNamara, Pumphret, 
Frechette, Solomon, Plimpton, 
Emerson, Croce, Thompson, Troy, 
President Lederle 



The provisions of Chapter 626 of the Acts of 19^8 having 
been complied with, and a quorum of the Board of Trustees being 
present and acting throughout, the meeting v/as called to order by 
Chairman Boyden, 

The Board then met in executive session. 

The meeting adjourned at 5:30 p.m. 




Leo F. Redfei 
Acting Secretary 



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Medical 

Dean 

Search 



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MINUTES OF SPECIAL MEETING OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

November 13, 1963, 1:30 p.m.. atler Hilton Hotel, Boston 

Acting Chairman Healey, presiding 



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Medical 

Dean 

Search 



Trustees Brett, Brown, Crowley, Fox, 
Haigis, Healey, Kiernan, McNar- 
Pumphret, Frechette, "olomon, Plimpton, 

30n, Tro-^, Thompson, Troy. 
President Lederle 



The provisions of Chapter 626 of the Acts of 1955 having 
been complied . and a quorum of t \e ^onrd o^ Trustees bed 
present and acting throughout, the meeti- led to orde^ by 
Trustee Healey, Acting Chairman. 

The Board then met in e 'rive - ion. 



The meeting adjourned at 8:30 p.m. 



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MINUTES n fG OF ^ TRUSTS 
November 22, 196?, 12:30 p.m., Sheraton-Plaza Hotel, n onton 



PRESENT : Trustee Boyden, President Lederle, 

Trustees McNamara, Brown, Frechette, 
Troy, Thompson, Brett, Solomon, 
Haigis, Emerson, Plimpton, Crowley, 
Fox, Pumphret, Schuck, Croce, Robert 
Gordon representing the Governor, 
Provost Woodside, Treasurer Johnson, 
Acting Secretary Redfern. 



The provisions of Chapter 626 of the Acts of 1958 having 
been complied with, and a quorum of the Board of Trustees being 
present and acting throughout, Chairman Boyden called the meeting 
to order. Upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 

VOTED : To approve the minutes of the meeting 
of October 19, 1963. 

The President commented on the need for seeking a new 
Provost for the position being vacated by Provost Woodside who is 
retiring after twenty-seven years of dedicated and loyal service 
to the University of Massachusetts. To attract an able person, 
it would be necessary, the President said, to think in terms of a 
$20,000 to $22,000 salary for a person of the qualifications and 
abilities required for this most important University position. 
Tn view of the length of the agenda, the President said he would 
defer any further comments except to express appreciation for the 
thorough and conscientious work which had gone into the committee 
reports listed on the agenda and he hoped that the Board would be 
guided by the advice and recommendations of these committees. 

Report of the Comm ittee on Bui ldings and Gro unds 

The Chairman of the Buildings and Grounds Committee 
stated that the report on land acquisitions (a copy of which was 
distributed to Trustees) was reviewed and discussed by the 
committee and he would like to call the attention of the Board to 
the recommendation for Pro Tanto payments, the recommendation for 
naming the large auditorium at the School of Business the Ralph C. 
1 'ahar Auditorium in recognition of the distinguished service and 
interest of the late Senator Mahar in the welfare of the University 
and to the recommendation for naming the ffiL^ha^ural resources 
building the Holdsworth Natural Resources Center. The Chairman 
further called attention of the Board to the recommendation of the 
committee in regard to the policy of not naming buildings after 
living University staff persons nor of naming Schools and Colleges 
of the University after names of persons. 



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President's 
Comments 



Ralph C. 

Mahar 

Auditorium 



Holdsworth 
Natural 
Resources 
Center 



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Fine Arts 
Center 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 

The Chairman of the committee called the members' 
attention to the committee recommendation of Fero Saarinen & 
Associates as first recommendation for designing the Fine Art" 
Center. At the re^ue^t of the Chairman the University Treasurer 
reported on the visit he had made, on an informal basis, to 

arinen & Associates' office in Hamd°n, Connecticut. He noted 
that this world famous firm (although the principal ~2*vo "Jaarinen 
himself is deceased) is engaged in such notable pro.iectr as the 

building at the New York Worlds "^air and that they follow the 
model and review process of design, in the developmental stager of 
their projects. He stated that the firm was very much interested 
in the Fine Arts Center and would be aMe to start on th Q proje 
in January if the opportunity were offered them. They would re- 
gard the project as a challenging creative assignment. The staff 
people informed the Treasurer they felt they could work ouite 
readily within the rem. lire ments of the ^onnonwealth ] in regard 
to state construction. The meeting the firm was purely ex- 
ploratory with the understanding that no commitments were involv°d. 

At the request of the committee Chairman, the Treasurer 
distributed copies of a report on architects recommended and 
appointed, dated November 21, 1963 (Document 64-035) 

A question was raised as to the propriety of The Collegia! 
coverage G f the Fine Arts Center situation. It was noted that the , 
essentials of the situation apparently were reflected accurately by 
The Collegian editors, although of the inferences and certain 
words which wereused could be subject to ^riti^ism. Tt was pointed 
out that in such situations as this, University officials ~an talk 
with the editors on the matter of educating them to the re~oonsi- 
bilities of a free press. Th~ r resident agreed to see that this is 
done. 

Some question was raised as to why were not Trustees in- 
formed about the pending crisis in regard to the Yamasaki contract. 
It was noted that the University had sent reminders to the 
Commissioner of Administration as the deadline approached, and con- 
cerning the new extension deadline that had been gran+°<i by 
Yamasaki, but there had been no real reason to expect that the con- 
tract would not be approved and the failure of communications between 
the Commissioner of '^dmini-^-^-'-ion and the Yamasaki offices had 
been as unexpected to the administration as to the Trustee s # It 
was brought out that although Yamasaki is an excellent architect of 
world reputation, there are other outstanding architects that could 
do exceptional work on the Fine Arts Center. There was a motion 
to attempt once more to contact Yamasaki to do the project but the 
motion failed 6-8. It was thereupon moved, seconded and 



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VOTED : To accept the report of the Buildin 

and Grounds Committee and the recommenda- 
tions contained therein as described in 
the minutes of the meeting of the 
Committee on Buildings and Grounds dat^d 
November 14, 1963, with the exception of 
a correction on page L thereof in regard 
to the Frederick J, Kentfield* et.al. 
property on Amity Street, and said votes 
of the committee are hereby confirmed 
and made part of these minutes. 

VOTED : To approve in principle the campus plan 
as expressed in the model and related 
maps, with appreciation for the work 
which has been put into the planning and 
design by the Master Planning Council 
and by Sasaki Walker & Associates, 

VOTED : That the name of Eero Saarinen & Associates 
be submitted, as first choice for archi- 
tects for the Fine Arts Center project, 
subject to the provision that said firm be 
contacted to determine their interest in 
and commitment to the challenge, and their 
availability for designing this project; 
and further nrovided that Saarinen 
Associates will replace the name of 
Yamasaki on the list submitted to the 
Commission on Administration & Finance, 
said list containing the name of I. M. Pei 
9 - Associates as number 2 recommendation and 
the name of Harry Weese as number 3 
--commendation. 

VOTED : To accent the "Report on Land Acquisition 
dated November 1, 1963". (Document 64-033) 

VOTED: To receive with the "Report on land Acquisi- 
tion" the statement in regard to delays 
caused by the state government on land 
acquisitions end architects' appointments 
connected with University projects. 
(Documents 64-035 and 63-036) 

VOTED : That it shall be the policy of the Board 
of Trustees to authorize Pro Tanto pay- 
ments to be made and when so author^ 
shall be up to 60£ of the average of all 
appraised values made on such property 
being purchased or taken by the University. 



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Campus 
Plan 



Fine Arts 
Center 



Land 
Acauisition 



Pro Tanto 
Payment 



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Kentfield 
Property 



Palmer 
Property 



Taylor 
Property 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 

VOTED : To approve the request from Emerson S. 
Searle representing Frederic 1 ' - J . 

ielen M. Kentfield and Jems 
Kentfield for a Pro Tanto payment on 

their land ' : n Had usetts 

:^n by eminent domain by «ustee of 
rs ^-ty of husetts by o^ 1 r 
d? , 1963 for Twelve ^aousand 

300.00 ) Dolli hich is sixty (60) 
i^cent of the average of apprs i 
luations. 

VOTED: In a^eordance with " r ryr]r . ^ + " o^ 

1962, Iter -19, authorizin 

Trustees of the Univ 

..•-.- • • thereo 

velopment of the 

purchase or t domain und^ 

• 79 of +.'■ s n eneral 1 1 and + ' 

an 3 therein, ' oendent 

)f the value c 3 and 

qualified 

disinterested appraisers, and th 

Kemr . Johnson, Treasurer, on motion 

duly made and "seconded, it - inanimc 

VOTED: To offer Charles *r the sum of $13,200 
for the purchase of the property of said 
Palm- ' tuate at Hillside Avenue in 
Amherst, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, 
an^ more particularly -^ibed as Parcel 
& f -'of the Town Atlas, Town of 

Amherst, or if this is not agreeable to 
the owner, to nroceed with eminent domain 
proceedings for title in fee to secure 
said property for necessary purposes of 
the University and of the Commonwealth. 

VOTED : Tn accordance with Chapter 705, Acts o^ 
1962, Item 8063-19, authorizing the 
Trustees of the University to acquire cer- 
tain land- with the buildings thereon, 
for the development of the University, by 
purchase or by eminent domain under 
Chapter 79 of the General Laws, and the 
authority granted therein, independent 
appraisals of the value of the land and 
buildings having been made by qualified 
disinterested appraisers, and filed with 
Kenneth W. Johnson, Treasurer, on motion 
duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 



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VOTED; That the Trustees of the University pur- 
chase or take by eminent domain in fee, 
the property of Arthur F. Taylor and 
Freda H. Taylor situate at North Pleasant 
Street in Amherst, Hampshire County, 
Massachusetts and more particularly 
described as Parcel 4, Page 8-A of the 
Town Atlas, Town of Amherst, and that the 
rmrchase price for said property be 
Twenty Thousand ( $20,000.00") Dollars and 
that the conveyance be subject to the 
conditions and agreements as set out in 
the option for the purchase of the said 
property signed by the said Arthur F. 
and Freda H # Taylor. 

VOTED : In accordance with Chapter 705, Acts of 
1962, Item 8063-19, authorizing the 
Trustees of the University to acquire 
certain lands with the buildings thereon, 
for the development of the University, by 
purchase or by eminent domain under 
Chapter 79 of the General Laws, and the 
authority granted therein, independent 
appraisals of the value of the land and 
buildings having been made by qualified 
disinterested appraisers, and filed with 
Kenneth W. Johnson, Treasurer, on motion 
duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : That the Trustees of the University pur- 
chase or take by eminent domain in fee, 
the property of Helen E. Malinowski 
situate at Sunset Avenue in Amherst, 
Hampshire Co\inty, Massachusetts and more 
particularly described as Parcel 9, Page 
11-A of the Town Atlas, Town of Amherst, 
and that the purchase price for said 
property be Sixteen Thousand Seven 
Hundred Twenty ($16,720.00) Dollars and 
that the conveyance be subject to the 
condition that the owner have the option 
(non- assignable) to occupy said premises 
until April 1, 1965. 



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Tudryn 
Property 



Ralph C. 

Mahar 

Auditorium 

Holdsworth 

Natural Re- 
sources 
Center 

Cold Storage 
Building 

■Naming of 
Buildings 



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VOTED ; In accordance with Chapter 648, ft et- of 
1963, T tem 8064-?0. authorizing 
Trustor- of the Univer x o acquire 
certain land^ with the buildings thereon, 
^ov the develoT>rv^ + of the University, 
by purchase o^ by eminent domain under 
Chapter 79 o^ the General Laws, and tl 
authority granted therein, independent 
appraisals of the value of the land and 
buildings having been made by qualified 
disinterested appraisers, and fil^d with 
Kenneth W. . T o^n~on, T rer, on motion 
duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : That the Trustees of the Univ 

chase or take t ; neni domain in fee, 
the property of Joseph L. and Anneliese 
Tudryn situate o^ tv northerly ~id^ of 
Amity Street in Amherst, Hampi ty, 

achuse . containing 9.63577 acr 
more or less and being a portion o" J 
described In deed recorded 
ok 1161, Page ry 

of Deeds and more particularly described 
on a "Plan of Land i tts 

to be acquired by the "omnonweal" 

assach ts ^o^ the use of ^^ r - Trustees 
of the University of T > — chusetts", dated 
November 6, ] Gordon E. M.n r - °- 

ssociates, Re red Land Surveyors; 
and that the price -°or said pr 
Twelve Thousand ($12,000.00) Dollars; 
and that the conveyance be ^ct to the 
conditions and agreements as set out in 
the option for the purchase of the ss 
property ' 3 by said Joseph T . and 
"nneliese Tudryn. 

VOTED : To name the large Auditorium of the School 
of Business Administration the Palph C. 
Mahar Auditorium. 

VOTED; To name the Holdsworth Natural Resources 
Building the Holdsworth Natural Resourc- 
Center. 

VOTED : That the new Cold Storage Building be 
named the Cold Storage Building. 

VOTED : That it is the policy of the Trustees not 
to name University buildings after living 
persons who are or formerly have been 
members of the University faculty, staff, 
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VOTED: That the Traffic Rules and Regulation 
approved "by the Trus to become 
effective on April 15, 1963, be amende 
according to Document 64-034. 

R eport of the Committee on Faculty and Program of Study 

The Chairman of the committee explained that the ~orn- 
bining of the position of University Secretary and Director of 
Communications or Director of University delations ^r to bo a 
oposal. The responsibilities for this type of appointment 
would warrant a salary level between $17,000 and f *l8,Qno. Men 
have held the position of ITniversit; -rotary recently were 
academically trained prof rials and in some un- 

>py confined to the rol^ of Secretary, The )± would 
combine the Secretaryship functions with thooe of communis a •'-ions 
management including publications, radio, television and photo- 
graphic services. The Chairman noted that there are four staff 
members in Communications except fc leultural inications 

Is autonomous. It was felt that a p ild coordi- 

nate all p' bs of Unive: ■micatio le- 

sirable. In ort of the Chairman's its, tl esident 
bated that a broad gauge person with " rience in academic in- 
tentions would be sought. Upon motion duly made and second 
it was unanimously 

]£C That +' irinciple of combining the 

positions of the Secretary and Director 
of Communications or University Rela- 
tions is hereby adopted. 

The Chairman mentioned that the curriculum proposals in- 
cluded the plan to delete one Engineering course end add another 
more appropriate offering and also would propose changes in 

smical Engineering, in Air Science (dealing with two courses in 
Aerospace Power) and in Landscape Architecture (deal: vk 
Administration). After general -discussion, it was moved, seconded 
and 

VOTED : That the undergraduate curriculum changes 
as proposed in Document 64-028 are 
approved and said document is attached 
and hereby made part of these minutes. 

The Chairman explained that the proposal would be for 

supervisors of speech and hearing in hospital an^ rehabilitation 
agencies who accent advanced stud" Speech Pathology ard 
Audiology for a semester's clinical affiliation. At nt it is 
contemplated there would be, as a maximum., one student to each 
hospital or agency a. semester. In the future, the total may involv^ 
ten" ho- Ls and rehabilitation agencies. The Chairman nointed 
out that similar tuition waivers are now in effect: 6 in Education 
and 3 in Nursing, The Chairman stated that the recommendation of 



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to Traff 
Rules and 
illations 



.e of 

Univers" 
Secreta- 



Unde rgr aduat e 

Curriculum 

Changes 



Tuition 

:v in 
Speec 
Pathol 
Audiology 



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in Food 
Science 
Technology 



Salary In- 
crease Act 
(Chapter 775 
of the Acts 
of 1963) 



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the committee would authorize the President to grant free tuition 
for one course to each speech pathologist, audiolo^ist o^ speech 

Ting clinician in a " - achusetts hospital or rehabilitation 
agency who supervi \ clinical pract"<~e in s h and ^earin^ 
of a student speech and hearing clinician from the Universit; . 
The privilege of fre it ion is limited to one year from the time 
the service as supervisor is rene" . After general discussion, 
it • moved, seconded and 

VOTED ; That the Board of Trui approve the 
proposal for Waiver of Tuition in Speec 
Pathology and AudioloT for Advanced 

as contained in Document 64-OP' 
and "aid do r t is atti v?d and hereby 

ms.de part, of these minutes. 

The Committee Chairman noted that the proposal for an endowed 
chair, which the sponsors rested be named the Nicolas Appert 
Chair of ^oo r end Technology, would he runpor+ed by a 
""'10,000 annual grant for a five-year neriod y - Glas Contains 
Manufacturers Institute, with the balance of the salary of the in- 
cumbent provided by the Universit; . The incumbent would have a 
regular academic title, benefits and privileges. His salary might 
be above the usual Uni lary e but would be in keep- 
ing with overall University policy and would v e based upon the 
qualifications of th^ individual appointed. The purpose of the 
Chair would be to further research and graduate training in Food 
Science and Technology. The Chairman further pointed out tb 
similar types of endowment ar^ used by other state universities in- 
cluding the University of M aine. .after -ion, it was 
moved, seconded and 

VOTED : To approve the nroposal for an Endowed 

Chair in Food Science and Te^hnolo-y as 
contained in document 64-025, and said 
document is attached and hereby made 
part of these minutes. 

The Chairman of the Faculty and Program of Study Committee 
called the attention of the Board to a "onv of an opinion from the 
Univei r Counsel in regard to the powers, authority and duties of 
the Board of Trustees under Chanter 75 s^ amended by Chapter 6L.8 of 
the Acts of 1962. 

The Chairman pointed out that Chapter 775 establishes a new 
neral salary schedule for State employees. In addition, it 
establishes a new "F' ! Schedule for public institutions of higher 
education, said schedule to take effect September 1963 for teachers 
and supervisors on the academic -year appointment basis. Certain 
members of the University faculty are covered by this provision. 
She noted that in addition to the 10;! increase, each member of the 
professional staff of the University may receive a salary adjustment 



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approved by the B o^ Trustees, provided that the total sum 
of the additional increases shall no : I ] of the total 
salaries received hy professional staff members prior to July 1, 
1963. As she pointed out, the Act establishes the follow!] 
effective dates for increases: 



General Salary Schedule 
Increases 



July 1, 196.3 (except in-month 
appointments on the General 
Salary Schedule which ai 
effective September 1, 1963); 



"E" Schedule Increases - September 1, 1963; 

- February 1, 1964. 



ction 7 ; merit In- 
creases 



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Basically, all professionals v/hose salaries have been 
changed by the Board of Trustees acting under autonomy powers and 
?/ho are under %l neraj Salary Schedule shall have a 10$ 
retroactive pay increase effective July 1, 1963 for those on annual 
appointments and r ■ mber 1, 1963 for those on 10-month appoint- 
ments. Section 7 of Chapter 775 empowers the Trustees to make 
additional incrr not to exceed an aggregate 10$ of the pro- 
fessional staff payroll. She recalled for the Trustees that last 
November, personne" 1 actions had reclassified somewhat more than 
300 professional ho were under the "E" ^hedule and placed them 
under the General State Salary Schedule. For the remaining, approxjL 
mately 300. staff members who were not given personnel actions at 
that time, their positions remained under the old general "non- 
autonomous" salary schedule or under the old "E" "chedule. 

Under the basic 10$ retroactive increase authorised by 
ber 775, all University staff members would receive increases 
whether or not previously reclassified under autonomy action. She 
reminded the Board that the additional 10$ for professional staff 
authorized under Section 7 is to be effective February 1, 1964. 
^o carry out the provisions of Chapter 775 and to reaffirm the 
authority of the Board of Trustees under fiscal autonomy, the 
committee was recommending a series of votes for Board approval. 

The first vote increases the -Varies of professional 
staff members whose Ossification had been fixed by prior action 
of the Board of Trustees under autonomy authority and would add 
10,^ retroactive to July 1, 1963 to the salaries of said staff 
members; this action would be tal:en under Section 9 of Chapter ^7^. 
'iter general discussion, it was moved, seconded and 

VOTED: That, in order to adopt, approve, ^on^i^m 
and ratify the changes in salaries and 
salary ranges effected by Chapter 775 o^ 
the Acts of 1963 as to thos^ members of 
the professional staff of the University 
whose salaries have heretofore been 



Proposed 
Policies 

Salary 
Increases 



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Salary 
Increases 

for Non- 
Autonomous 
Personnel 
on General 
Salary 
Schedule 



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or f by the Board of Trustees 
acting und^r and " i t to ?'■ 
General Laws Chapter 15, as amended. 
pa rly Section 14- thereof, the 

lary rr\<* salary ra^° of oach such raenfcer 
of said prof Lonal staff he and it herehy 

d to he the amount ?nd the re r 
of amoun+ - contained In the General Sal- 
Schedule, as inserted by Lon 1 of sain" 

• n l^ in r>f (l) o^ Action 

46 of Chapter 30 o^ said 
which replace the resp and 

range of amounts, contained n 'n the ral 
• lary Schedule uok out by said Coction 
1, which constituted the 
range of h meml etofore so 
changed or fixed of Tr 

aid c hi 

" + ive as of July 1, 1963. 

The next recommended vot^ tl 5d out, 

ply affirms powers of the ^oa^ of Tru under autonor 

:>visions of - pro- 

ot aker -^tonomy 

tion. T3 eviousl llocated to + "~ n old 

General Salary Schec "" receive irv retroe 

to July 1, 1963, After g - 1 di 
and 

VOTSD : That p\] ter ' 

of V of 1963, those memb- 

pre ional : " of the "~ Lve: 

are "^o the General 
not 
r ed or Lxed by the 
acting under and ; i 

Gfc 3 La 1 r 75, as £ " are 
hepetiy reallc d to the Jot p end 
step in the new r ' il Salar 

e stabld 3h ?d t "tion 1 of L er 775, 
of 1963, said change of r and 
salary range being effective as of July 1, 

The next vote similarly reaffirms the policy of the Bocrd 
of Trustees under autonomy by authorizing a 10J 3alary increase to 
professional staff members under the so-called " ~bedule, said 

salary increase being retroactive to July 1, 1963 or September 1. 
1963 depending upon basis of contractual services. After general 
discussion, it v. r as moved, seconded and 



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VOTED: That pursuant to Section 6 of Chapter 775 of th 
Acts of 1963, those members of the pro ional 
staff of the University, whose sal? >e allo- 
cated to the so-called "E" Schedule, not having 
heretofore been changed or fix<=d by the R oard o^ 
Trustees acting under and pursuant to Massachusetts 
General Laws Chapter 75, as amended, are hereby 
reallocated to the same job group and step in 
the new "E" Salary Schedule established by 
Section 6 of Chapter 775, Acts of 1963, said 
change of salary and salary range being effective 
as of July 1, 1963, for appointments on an annual 
basis and as of September 1, 1963, for appoint- 
ments on a ten months basis. 

The next vote, the Chairman stated, would give the 10$ 
increase to teachers who are emp3-oyed in the University Demonstra- 
tion School and paid out of 03 funds. Although these people are 
town employees, the University pays a stipend of State funds of 
$1200 for services rendered especially in connection with 
Demonstration School projects. After general discussion, it was 
moved, seconded and 

VOTED : That pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter 775 
of the Acts of 1963, an increase of 10% 
in the rate of payment to the Demonstration 
Teachers in the Mark's Meadow School is 
authorized effective September 1, 1963, 
payable from subsidiary account -03 funds. 

The next vote is concerned largely with the continuing 
employees of the University engaged in pullorum disease testing. 
These people are paid on an hourly basis and work on an inter- 

ttent schedule. This proposal has been recommended by the Dean 
of Agriculture and approved by the President and would involve 
five or six people only but it is felt desirable for equity 
reasons. This vote is necessary to authorize payments from sub- 
sidiary account 03 funds. After general discussion, it was moved, 
seconded, and 

VOTED : That the rate of compensation for services 
performed by pullorum disease testers is 
increased by 10^ effective November 25, 1963, 
payable from subsidiary account -03 funds. 

The "hairman noted that the next vote applied + o persons 
who are paid out of University Trust Funds. Although at one time 
the salaries of some of these positions had been higher than those 
of comparable University positions, over time the imbalance had 
been wiped out and the salaries were now comparable. With other 
employees receiving the \0% under 'Thapter 775, it was felt fo^ 
equity reasons that permanent Trust Fund employe ich included 
professional staff of Boarding Halls, Student Union and Health 
Services, etc. would need the 10% for equity purposes. If 



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creases for 
Demonstration 
Teachers 



Salary In- 
creases for 
Pullorum 
Disease 
Testers 



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Salary In- 
creases for 
Trust Fund 
Fmployees 



Classifica- 
tion of 
Position 
Titles 



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professionals, on research budgets, are to be given increases, 
such recommendations will be brought to the Board for approval. 
After general discussion, it was moved, seconded and 

VOTED : Each person not otherwise receiving a 
salary increased under authority of 
Chapter 775 of the Acts of 1963 and 
paid from trust funds who is in a position 
listed in the Operating Budget for Fiscal 
Year 1964 and the Operating Budgets - 
Trust Funds for Fiscal Year 1964 as 
approved by the Trustees on July 2, 1963 
or as subsequently added to by authority 
of the Trustees or the President shall 
receive a 10$ increase in salary as of 
July 1, 1963 for persons on annual appoint- 
ment or September 1, 1963 for persons on 
academic-year appointment, said increase 
to be paid from the appropriate trust fund. 

The Chairman informed the Board that Chapter 775 also 
indicated that State employees who are in positions classified by 
the Federal Dictionary of Occupational Listings as professional 
may be subsequently so classified by the State service. If any 
University staff people are affected by such reclassification, the 
Trustees will be informed. 

The Chairman further informed the Board that merit in- 
creases would be effective February 1, 196<4 and at such time or 
prior thereto, it was expected that all professional staff members 
would be uniformly placed in the new General Salary Schedule and 
made autonomous employees. In accordance with the anticipated 
merit increase actions, the committee is recommending the Presi- 
dent's proposal for a new classification of faculty positions. 
Subsequently, when the Board takes action on merit increases under 
Section 7 of Chapter 775, such a new classification would be 
desirable to have on record in order to guide merit increase 
recommendations. The proposed classifications of positions has 
increased the minimum ranges by 10$ and adjusted the maximum range 
"by 30%. It was noted that although the new classification will 
raise salaries above what has been the practice in the past, that 
a number of other people in the Commonwealth service will be re- 
ceiving salaries at least as high or higher under recent salary 
actions and that salary classifications of the recommended level 
are necessary today in the competitive market place for qualified 
academic people. After general discussion, it ?/as duly moved 
and seconded and 

VOTED : That the classification of Position Titles as 
shown in Document 6-4-026 to be effective on 
and after November 22, 1963, are approved, and 
said document is attached and hereby made part 
of these minutes. 



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The next recommended vote, the Chairman explained, is to 
effect approval of salary commitments made hy the President for 
the named faculty members appearing in the Faculty and Program of 
Study Committee minutes of November 15, 1963, page 5. It was 
pointed out that these commitments could not take effect until the 
salary bill had been passed and that the actions would be retro- 
active to September 2, 1963. The Chairman noted that the 10$ in- 
crease authorized under Chapter 775 is to be calculated for these 
persons on the basis of their old salaries before the committed 
amount of increase would be authorized. After general discussion, 
it was moved, seconded and 

VOTED : That, pursuant to undertakings heretofore 

given to certain members of the professional 
staff of the University on the basis of 
which said mamebers have been performing 
services for the University since September 2, 
1963, said undertakings having been given 
with the knowledge of the Board of Trustees 
but with respect to T/hich recorded action by 
the Board of Trustees has been deferred pend- 
ing enactment of Chapter 775 of the Acts of 
1963, the classification, title, salary and 
salary range of the following named members 
of the professional staff of the University 
are hereby approved, authorized, confirmed 
and ratified, effective September 2, 1963, 
under and pursuant to Massachusetts General 
Laws, Chapter 75, as amended, particularly 
Section 14, thereof, namely: 



Classification 



Name 

A.zpeitia, A.G. 
Beth, L.P. 
Driver, E.D. 
Duckert, A.R. 
Elkins, A. 
Epstein, S. 
Gagnon, P.W. 
Gentile, A. 
Gordon, M.M. 
Greenfield, S. 
Heller, P. 
Marcus, J. 
Niedzielski,H. 
Park, P. 
Pippert, R.R. 
Sussman, L. 
Teichner, W. 
Whitney, L.F. 
Wilkinson, T.O. 

^Effective 9-29-63 



Salary Range 

Title Minimum Maximum 

Prof.",U.M. $179.30 $364.25 

Hd.Dpt.,U.M.(Act.) 199.10 364.25 

Assoc. Prof., U.M. 151.55 280.25 

Asst.Prof.,U.M. 132.00 239.95 

Asst. Prof., U.M. 132.00 239.95 

Prof., U.M. 179.30 364.25 

Asst. Prof., U.M. 132.00 239.95 

Assoc .Prof., U.M. 151.55 280.25 

Prof., U.M. 179.30 364.25 

Assoc. Prof., U.M. 151.55 280.25 

Com.Prof.,U.M. 179.30 364.25 

Prof., U.M. 179.30 364.25 

Instructor,U.M. 114.70 202.70 

Asst .Prof., U.M. 132.00 239.95 

Assoc.Prof.,U.M. 151.55 280.25 

Assoc.Prof..U.M. 151.55 280.25 

Prof., U.M. (i time) 179.30 364.25 

Assoc.Prof."A",U.M. 179.30 306.65 

Assoc.Prof.,U.M. 151.55 280.25 



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Weekly 

Salary Annual 

Effect. Salary 

9-2-63 9-2-63 

$238.45 $12399. 4b 

260.45 13543.43 

238.45 12399.43 

173.10 9001.20 

169.15 8795.8b 

250.55 13028.6b 



187.30 
219.30 
257.15 
202.70 



9739.60 
11403. 6P 
13371. 
10540. 



283.55 14744.3 
229.10 11913. 2t 



143.60 
173.10 
214.30 
210.40 
131.17 



7467.20 

9001.2D 

11143.60 

10940. 8P 

6820. % 



214.30* 11143.60 
235.50 12246.00 



Emergency 
S»lar, 

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Guide lines 
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"Engineering 
Salary 



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Department 
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The coo Chairman stated that she was plea -ed +o 
forward -~e commendation" ^o^ policy guidelines to govern considera- 
tion o^ merit increa hat would b^ effective February 1, 1964. 

nded increases would be mpde affording to procedural 
policy previously adopted by the Tru- J on November 9, 1962. 
jnera] discussion, it was moved, seconded and 

VOTED: That the I of Tr approves the 
•^olloxvin 0- policy fo^ allocatir -it 

^rx^v^- jtive February 1, 196/ + : 

fliest priority is to be placed on 
the upper two academic ranks, 

b. n .oeomnrnded salarj 
adjusted + o + be new 

. 

Due considerate - iven to 
those persons promoted v y 1 oard 
of Trustees on Juno 8, 196 3, without 

salary inc a- 4 - that time. 

d. Commonwealth Profe--o~ J '~*" '^re 
titles of distinction, but do not 
automatically imply r salaries 
than those of full professors* 

The committee Chairman informed the Board of Trustees of 
the current search ^or a ">?an of Engineering at the University. 

report of the survey of salaries of Fngineerinc Deans throughout 
the country indicates that it may be necessary to pay r"?0 f 00n or 

1,000 if a top flight Dean of ' e er »i n g i s to be obtained. She 

noted that the search for a Dean is being undertaken by a qualified 
committee and that it involves both current staff and outside 
possibilities. 

The committee Chairman also informed the Board as to the 
five-year nlan of Dean Hunsberger for the 1 3 Department, 
The Chairman reported that the Dean had made an excellent presenta- 
tion in regard to academic planning for this department. The 
committee felt that such plans would be most useful if considered 
in relation to other departments and to the overall plans for the 
College of Arts and Science- . he noted that no action is required 
by the Board but the discussion is summarized for the information 
of the members. She stated that the Faculty and Program of Study 
Committee hopes thai +here will be opportunity to discuss academic 
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The Chairman reported to 1 oard that a r 1 
of major appointments to he p am 

of Stud:- Commit ammendation by the Presd nt be 

Board contined 1 ositions of Provost, rn -^~- 

3 academd Dean )3 \ the Dean c 
some division of opinion among committee membe i to x he 
adequacy of such a list. It was noted by the committee that the 
growth in the size of the -rsity and "or extend: 

itment ople were availabl i ie the ra] 

ruJ • thi power of appointmei 

Pr Ldent and that lists would bed to 1 withou 
any prior i ntially the pre lem i to 

all policy on appointing 3 to th< Followi: 

neral poin'- 

1) the type of departments receiving in- 

3 staffing and +' relation 
thereof to the curriculum; 

2) ' sound rec ment policies for faculty 

appoint , including analytical 
studie of the type's of traini 
schools from which new faculty members 
are b awn; and 

3) continuing review of appropriate 

julty "or vario 

academic ranks, 

noted that the committee wished to submit the proposed list 
major appointments to the ^oard for comments and would intend in 
the future to make recommendations thereon. 

It wa "ted that at the same time as the new sal? 
ranges T ?ere released, it would be useful if anot] ' ise indi- 
cating, with specifics and examp] , how effects utonomy has 
been in achieving improved efficiency. It was stated that in in- 
dividual cases of future merit increases, good teaching would 
definitely be a factor. The President was requested to prepare 
data to show e the University would stand, salary-wise, in 
academic competition under the new salary classify ation ranges. 

In view of the unfortunate accident involving the Chair- 
man of the Medical Dean Search Committee, it was moved, second 
and 



VOTED : To table agenda item r r 5 
of Search for Medical Dear 



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^ointments 



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Undergraduate 
Degrees for 
Summer 
Session 



Graduate 

rees for 
Summer 
Session 



Amendment 
to Faculty 
Senate 
Constitution 



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After general discussion, it was moved, seconded and 

VOTED ; To approve the ' onnel acf.ons as s 

forth in Document 6£-0?/ t which is hereby 

rtached to and made part of the 
minutes, 

It was fur 

VOTI ZD: That every personnel action shall 

subject to the policies and procedures 
now in effect and guently 
a^ "), revised, added to or repealed 
by c ^d of rn • 3pect 

to professional personnel und o- 

of Chi r 75 of the f -al 

amended by Chapter 6-48, 19f 
- tion, salary range and 
descriptive job specif: one for ea 
position x o which a member of the pro- 
fessional staff is he^~' y appointed, 
promoted, transferred, or det^rrined 
shall he as hereafter determined hy the 
Board of Trustees or undet" their 
authority. 

After general discussion, it w d, seconded and 

VUT^J2: To approve the granting of degre< 

listed in Candidates for Degrees in 
Dociunent 64.-O3O which is hereby 
attached and made part of these minute 

Afte" ^ral discussion, it was moved, seconded and 

VOTED : That 1 "oval be granted for the de- 
listed for the candidates a^ contained in 
Document 64-O3I which is hereby attached 
and made part of these minutes. 

After general discussion, it was moved, seconded and 

VOTED : To approve, under Section 9 of the Con- 
stitution of the Faculty Senate, that 
Section 4 (sub a) of the Constitution 
be amended by adding "Director of Health 
Services" as an ex officio member of the 
Faculty Senate. 

After general discussion, it was moved, seconded and 



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VOTED : That the recommendations for Sabbatical 
Leaves, 1964-65, as contained in 
Document 64-029, which is hereby 
attached and made part of these minutes, 
be approved. 

he Board was informed of the tragic death of the Presi- 
dent of the United States during his visit to Dallas, Texas. 
After an extended period of silence, it was moved, seconded and 
unanimously 

VOTED: That the University of Massachusetts 4 nd 
all classes and activities until after the 
anksgiving recess out of respect for and 
deference to the ?5th President of the 
United States, John Fitzgerald Kennedy. 

It was further moved, seconded and unanimous!^ 

VOTED : That the President of the University of 
Massachusetts is hereby directed to ex- 
tend on behalf of the Board of Trustees 
and the University as a whole the sorrow- 
ful condolences of the University to 
ps. John F. Kennedy. 

There being no further business, the meeting adjourned 
at 3:46 p.m. 






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MINUTES OF MEETING OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
December 20, 1963, 12:30 p.m., Sheraton-Plaza Hotel, Boston 



PRESENT : President Lederle, Trustees Healey, 
Crowley, McNamara, Pumphret, Brett, 
Haigis, Plimpton, Croce, Thompson, 
Brown, Troy, Gordon (representing 
His Excellency the Governor), Bishop 
Weldon, Solomon, Frechette, Kiernan, 
Emerson, Provost Woodside, Treasurer 
Johnson, Acting Secretary Redfern, 
Business Manager Grady, Dean McGuirk, 
Attorney Broadhurst and three members 
of the firms designing and engineering 
the Sports Stadium (Mr. Radford of 
SMdmore, Owings & Merrill, Mr. Levy 

and Miss Forsman of Paul We id linger 
Engineering 

(Later, at 2:59 p.m. Dr. Boyden arrived and assumed the 
chair and shortly thereafter at approximately 3:15 p.m. 
Commissioner Kiernan was excused from the meeting because of a 
prior commitment) 

The provisions of Chapter 626 of the Acts of 1953 having 
been complied with, and a quorum of the Board of Trustees being 
present and acting throughout, Mr. Healey, who had been elected 
chairman pro tern, called the meeting to order. Upon the request of 
Mr. Pumphret, the meeting took up item 7 on the agenda. 

Mr. Robert Gordon, acting on behalf of the chairman of 
the Building Authority sub-committee for the Sports Stadium intro- 
duced Mr. Radford and his colleagues. A model design was shown of 
the proposed Stadium and the special features were pointed out such 
as the spectators line of vision, the press box at the upper west 
side of the facility, the 30 rows or tiers of seats on the east 
and west sides of the field, the concave walls at the north and 
south ends which would contain rest rooms, team rooms, storage and 
concession facilities. Mr. Radford pointed out that the facility 
would be a pre-cast concrete and beam structure. He noted that if 
the slope of the seating tiers were raised to a sharper angle, 
there would be some added cost which has yet to be estimated. Dean 
McGuirlc spoke briefly and stated that the University sub-committee 
on the Stadium is intrigued by the proposed design, and while it 
has some reservations on minor points which the designers state can 
be remedied, he said that the sub-committee was on the whole very 
pleased. 



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There was extended discussion on the cost and adequacy 
of certain plumbing fixtures which might have to be resolved in 
consultation with the Commissioner of Public Safety. In response 
to an inquiry as to whether or not a track was contemplated in the 
design, Dean McGuirk said that a track was not included because 
among other reasons the track coaching staff prefers a unified 
facility for field events during outdoor meets. The use of the 
Stadium would tend to split up events held during track meets and 
make more difficult the scheduling and run-off of such events. He 
added that there would be fully adequate facilities for outdoor 
track meets and provision for this would not be required in the 
Stadium. It was noted as to access, egress and parking, that 
Sasaki, Walker & Associates have planned layouts to care for these 
needs and that in addition town officials and planning agencies 
are cooperating with the University in regard to road layouts and 
traffic facilities. Dean McGuirk noted that parking facilities 
would have dual use both for Stadium visitors and, during week days , 
for student parking. After general discussion, it was moved, 
seconded and 

VOTED : To approve the preliminary scheme of the 
Sports Stadium as shown in the model de- 
sign, subject to modification in line with 
points discussed with the designers in- 
cluding the slope of the seating tiers. 

Mr. Pumphret informed the Board it would be necessary to 
have a vote that would enable the Building Authority to move for- 
ward with the Stadium project in line with the preliminary approval 
just voted. It was moved, seconded and 

VOTED : WHEREAS, on February 12, 1963 the Trustees 
(the Trustees) of the University of 
Massachusetts (the University) adopted 
a resolution altering and amending 
resolutions adopted by the Trustees 
September 21, 1961, February 27, 1962 
and December 4, 1962 and authorizing 
a written request to be made to Uni- 
versity of Massachusetts Building 
Authority (the Authority) that it, 
among other things, plan, construct, 
equip and furnish a structure to 
accommodate approximately 20,000 
persons as spectators at outdoor 
events; and 

WHEREAS, it now appears desirable that the 
permanent seating capacity of such 
structure be approximately 17,000 persons 
and that it be so planned and constructed 
as to permit the installation of temporary 
seating facilities adjacent thereto; 



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NOW, Therefore, Be It Resolved, 

That John W. Lederle, President of the 
University, be and he hereby is authorized 
in the name and on behalf of the Trustees 
to modify the written request made of the 
Authority by authority of the resolution 
of the Trustees adopted February 12, 1963 
by providing that the permanent seating 
capacity of the structure to accommodate 
persons as spectators at outdoor events be 
approximately 17,000 persons and that said 
structure be so planned and constructed as 
to permit the installation of temporary 
seating facilities adjacent thereto; and 
that as so modified said written request 
be and the same hereby is confirmed and 
ratified. 

The design and engineering representatives discussed 
estimated costs contemplated in connection with the Sports Stadium. 
The structure as presently envisaged might cost in the vicinity of 
$995,000, said sum not including architects' fees, site drainage, 
parking, surfacing, fencing, utilities outside the Stadium area, 
score board, or a public address system. It was noted that a total 
bonding of $1,150,000 was contemplated. The Building Authority Bond 
Counsel stated that with a student enrollment of 15,000 or more, a 
student fee of $5.00 would support the bonding program; below 
15,000 enrollment the student fee may have to start at $7.00. He 
added that reserves on hand could be used to smooth out fluctua- 
tions that might otherwise occur in the early phases of financing 
this project. 

The Building Authority Bond Counsel spoke on the salient 
cost factors involved in the Southwest Dormitory project. He noted 
that a detailed report is expected to be made available for pre- 
sentation to the Board early in 1964. In response to a question on 
the timetable of this project, Mr. Pumphret replied that the South- 
west Dormitory project is still on schedule and he was hopeful that 
this pace could be maintained in order that the first phase of the 
project could be completed for September 1965 as desired. 

Upon motion being duly made and seconded, it was 

VOTED : To approve the minutes of the meeting of 
November 22, 1963. 

The Treasurer reported that in accordance with the 
authorization granted by the Board on November 22, 1963, it had 
been possible to successfully negotiate the purchase of the property 
of Charles Palmer for the sum of $13,200. After general discussion, 
it was moved, seconded and 



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VOTED! In accordance with Chapter 705, Acts of 
1962, Item 8063-19, authorizing the 
Trustees of the University to acquire 
certain lands with the buildings thereon, 
for the development of the University, by 
purchase or by eminent domain under 
Chapter 79 of the General Laws, and the 
authority granted therein, independent 
appraisals of the value of the land and 
buildings having been made by qualified 
disinterested appraisers, and filed with 
Kenneth W. Johnson, Treasurer, on motion 
duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED : That the Trustees of the University pur- 
chase or take by eminent domain in fee, 
the property of Charles Palmer situate at 
Hillside Avenue in Amherst, Hampshire 
County, Massachusetts, and more particularly 
described as Parcel 8, Page 11-A of the 
Town Atlas, Town of Amherst, for the sum 
of $13,200, or if this is not agreeable to 
the owner, to proceed with eminent domain 
proceedings for title in fee to secure 
said property for necessary purposes of 
the University and of the Commonwealth. 

The Treasurer reported that in conformance with the 
November 22, 1963 vote of the Board in regard to the Malinowski 
property, it had been possible to negotiate the purchase of said 
property for $16,720. After general discussion, it was moved, 
seconded and 

VOTED : In accordance with Chapter 705, Acts of 
1962, Item 8063-19, authorizing the 
Trustees of the University to acquire certain 
lands with the buildings thereon, for the 
development of the University, by purchase 
or by eminent domain under Chapter 79 of 
the General Laws, and the authority granted 
therein, independent appraisals of the value 
of the land and buildings having been made 
by qualified disinterested appraisers, and 
filed with Kenneth W. Johnson, Treasurer, 
on motion duly made and seconded, it was 
unanimously 



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Salary 



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VOTED : That the Trustees of the University pur- 
chase or take by eminent domain in fee, 
the property of Helen E. Malinowski 
situate at Sunset Avenue in Amherst, 
Hampshire County, Massachusetts and more 
particularly described as Parcel 9, Page 
11-A of the Town Atlas, Town of Amherst, 
and that the purchase price for said 
property be Sixteen Thousand Seven Hundred 
Twenty ($16,720.00) Dollars and that the 
conveyance be subject to the condition 
that the owner have the option (non- 
assignable) to occupy said nremises until 
April 1, 1965. 

Upon unanimous consent, it was agreed to take up agenda 
item 5, Report of the Executive Committee. After the report had 
been rendered by Mr. Healey, Acting Chairman of the Executive 
Committee, and after further discussion, it was moved, seconded and 
unanimously 

VOTED : To approve the list of recommendations 
made by the Executive Committee in re- 
gard to honorary degrees for the Commence- 
ment exercises of June 1964 which is on 
file in the Secretary's Office. 

Upon request of the Acting Chairman, President Lederle 
left the room. Mr. Healey thereupon reported to the Board that it 
was the unanimous vote of the Executive Committee to recommend to 
the Board that pursuant to Chapter 801, Acts of 1963, the salary 
of the President be raised to $27,500 annually and that such salary 
in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 801 shall be 
retroactive to July 1, 1963. There was some discussion as to 
whether or not this was the maximum that the Board would be able to 
do for the President and it was pointed out that in terms of 
statutory limitations, this was the maximum although other means 
might be found to assist the President, in aiding him ?/ith some of 
the heavy burdens of his office and in providing him with firm 
support for his leadership of the University. After general 
discussion, it was moved, seconded and 

VOTED : That pursuant to Chapter 801, Acts of 
1963, the Board of Trustees approves 
the salary of $27,500 annually for the 
President of the University of Massa- 
chusetts and, in accordance with said 
Act, such salary shall be retroactive 
to July 1, 1963. 



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Trustee Crowley stated that he was reporting for Chair- 
man Schuck who was in Washington, D.C. Mr. Crowley explained the 
status of the Tenure Policy Proposal being discussed at the Uni- 
versity and the situation on potential nepotism that the committee 
had considered with the President. At Mr. Crowley's request, the 
President reported that the Labor Education Program Committee had 
developed a preliminary proposal that was still in the formative 
stages and would be subject to further modification as a result of 
a meeting being scheduled with a committee representing the State 
Labor Council AFL-CIO. 

Upon recommendation of the Committee on Faculty and Pro- 
gram of Study, and after general discussion, it was moved, seconded 
and 

VOTED : To approve the recommendation of Robert 
J. McCartney as University Secretary and 
Director of University Relations. 

Mr. Crowley went on to explain the procedures that had 
been established to search for a highly qualified candidate for 
the position of Provost and informed the Board that this committee 
will advise the President in regard to his recommendations for the 
new Provost. 

Upon recommendation of the committee and after general 
discussion, it was moved, seconded and 

VOTED : That, pursuant to undertakings heretofore 

given to certain staff members of the pro- 
fessional staff of the University on the 
basis of which said members have been per- 
forming services for the University since 
September 2, 1963, said undertakings 
having been given with the knowledge of 
the Board of Trustees but with respect 
to which recorded action by the Board of 
Trustees has been deferred pending enact- 
ment of Chapter 775 of the Acts of 1963, 
the classification, title, salary and 
salary range of the following named 
member of the professional staff of the 
University is hereby approved, authorized, 
confirmed and ratified, effective 
September 2, 1963, under and pursuant to 
Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 75, 
as amended, particularly Section 14 
thereof, namely: 



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Faculty & 
Program of 
Study 
Committee 

Tenure 
Policy 



University 
Secretary & 
Director of 
University 
Relations 



Emergency 

Salary 

Adjustment 



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Mathematics 
Department 



Report of 

Finance 

Committee 



Tax 

Sheltered 

Annuities 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 



Name 



Title 



Classification 



Salary Range 
Minimum Maximum 



Weekly 
Salary 
Effective 
9/2/63 



Annual 
Salary 
9/2/6? 



Singer, F.A. Prof., U.M. $179.30 $364.25 $226.40 $11,772.80 

Mr. Crowley explained that the presentation as to the 
problems and plans for the Mathematics Department had been sub- 
mitted by the Dean and had been recommended by the Provost and the 
President. After general discussion, it was moved, seconded and 

VOTED : To approve in principle the five-year 
plan for the Mathematics Department as 
contained in Document 64-035a which is 
hereby attached and made part of these 
minutes . 

(Dr. Boyden upon entering the meeting assumed the chair) 
Mr. Healey reported on behalf of the Finance Committee and he in- 
formed the Board of the authorizations granted by the Finance 
Committee in connection with adjustments in stock portfolio and 
bond purchases. After general discussion, it was moved, seconded 
and 

VOTED ; That the Trustees of the University of 
Massachusetts hereby declare that it is 
desirable, in the best interests of the 
University and of the Commonwealth, that 
the Board of Trustees of the University 
act under Massachusetts General Laws, 
Chapter 15, Section 18A, as inserted by 
Chapter 466 of the Acts of 1963, in enter- 
ing into written agreements with such 
employees at the University as may so de- 
sire to purchase individual annuity con- 
tracts for such employees as authorized 
by said Chapter 18A and tomake the premium 
payments due under said annuity contracts 
so long as the individual employee con- 
tinues to be employed at the University, 
provided, that the aggregate amount of 
premium payments made in any one year 
under all annuity contracts purchased for 
any employee shall not, when added to the 
"includible compensation", as defined in 
Section 403(b) of the Internal Revenue 
Code of 1954 and regulations thereunder 
as then in effect, paid to such employee 
in respect of such year, exceed the annual 
rate fixed by the Board of Trustees prior 
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annual rate of compensation for the office 
or position occupied by the employee 
during such year, said annual rate to be 
adjusted in accordance with any promotions, 
transfers or changes occurring during such 
year; 

That such individual annuity contracts 
shall be purchased only from such insurers 
authorized to issue life insurance or 
annuity contracts in the Commonwealth as 
the employees for whom they are purchased 
may elect, provided that, as to any employee 
or prospective employee at the University 
who has an annuity contract in force for at 
least ninety days prior to the execution of 
a written agreement hereunder with such 
employee or prospective employee, said 
agreement may provide that premium payments 
may be continued under such contract sub- 
sequent to the effective date of such agree- 
ment, without regard to whether or not such 
contract has been issued by an insurer 
authorized to issue such contracts in the 
Commonwealth, but said agreement shall pro- 
vide that any subsequent contract purchased 
thereunder shall be purchased only from 
such insurer authorized to issue life in- 
surance or annuity contracts in the Common- 
wealth as the employee or prospective 
employee shall elect; 

That the rights of the employee under any 
individual annuity contract purchased for 
him hereunder shall be non- forfeitable; and 

That the Treasurer of the University of 
Massachusetts for the time being in office 
be and he hereby is authorized in the name 
and on behalf of the Board of Trustees of 
the University to enter into written agree- 
ments with employees at the University as 
authorized hereunder, to give such notices 
and make such certificates, in such form, 
as may be required by Section ISA and to 
take such other action and do such other 
things as to him may seem necessary or de- 
sirable to be done or taken to carry into 
effect the making of written agreements as 
hereby authorized, the purchase of indivi- 
dual annuity contracts thereunder and the 
payment of premiums thereon. 



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Marine 

Fisherie-s 

Agreement 



Medical 
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At the request of Mr. Healey, the Treasurer explained the 
necessity for some adjustments through transfers among subsidiary 
accounts. After general discussion, it was moved, seconded and 

VOTED : That the Board hereby approves the 

transfers recorded in Document 64.-O43 
which is hereby attached and made part 
of these minutes. 

After general discussion, it was moved, seconded and 

VOTED: To approve the personnel actions as set 
forth in Document 64-O4I, including 
Supplement 1, Supplement 2, Supplement 
3, and Document 6-4-042, which are hereby 
attached and made part of these minutes. 

It was further 

VOTED : That every personnel action shall be 

subject to the policies and procedures 
now in effect and as subsequently 
amended, revised, added to or repealed 
by the Board of Trustees with respect 
to professional personnel under pro- 
visions of Chapter 75 of the General 
Laws as amended by Chapter 64.8, 1962. 
The classification, salary range and 
descriptive job specifications for each 
position to which a member of the pro- 
fessional staff is hereby appointed, 
promoted, transferred, or determined 
shall be as hereunder determined by the 
Board of Trustees or under their 
authority . 

By unanimous consent the Board moved to item 2 of the 
agenda. The President stated he had no comments to make at this 
time but that the Treasurer had a request to submit to the Board. 
The Treasurer explained that the Federal Government was requesting 
the University through the College of Agriculture to enter into an 
agreement in regard to programs in the field of marine fisheries 
research. After general discussion, it was moved, seconded and 

VOTED: That the President or his designate be 
authorized to enter into a Marine 
Fisheries Agreement with appropriate 
agencies of the Federal Government. 

Item 3 remaining on the agenda, the Board moved to a con- 
sideration of the Medical Dean matter. It was called to the 
attention of the Board that there had been requests from two absent 
members that consideration of item 3 of the agenda be postponed. 
After general discussion, it was moved, seconded and 



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VOTED ; To take up item 3 at this time. 

It was further moved, seconded and 

VOTED : To go into executive session for the 
purpose of considering item 3 of the 
agenda. 

At the conclusion of the executive session, it was the 
unanimous vote of the Board to appoint Dr. Lamar Soutter as Dean 
of the University of Massachusetts Medical School, terms of employ- 
ment to be fixed by the President. The Chairman thanked the 
Chairman of the Medical Dean Search Committee and his colleagues 
for their diligent and successful efforts in this most important 
work. 

The Chairman stated he wished to recognize, on behalf of 
the Board, the many years of dedicated service given to the Uni- 
versity by the retiring Provost, Dr. Gilbert L. Woodside, Where- 
upon, it was moved, seconded and unanimously 

VOTED : To spread upon the record the apprecia- 
tion of the Board of Trustees of the 
University of Massachusetts to Dr. Gilbert 
L. Woodside for his many years of devoted 
service to the University. 

There being no further business, the meeting adjourned 
at 4:44- p.m. 





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Board of Trustees 



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the last 
meeting 



Report of 

Building 

Authority 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 



MINUTES OF MEETING OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
January 15, 1964, 12:30 p.m., Statler Hilton Hotel, Boston 



PRESENT : Trustee Boyden, President Lederle, 

Trustees Brown, Crowley, Fox, Haigis, 
Kiernan, McNamara, Schuck, Gordon 
(representing His Excellency the 
Governor), Frechette, Solomon, 
Plimpton, Emerson, Thompson, Troy, 
Treasurer Johnson, Acting Secretary 
Redfern, Dr. Venman, Judge Blassberg, 
and Mr. Byrnes of Ely, Bartlett, 
Brown & Proctor. 

The provisions of Chapter 626 of the Acts of 1958 having 
been complied with, and a quorum of the Board of Trustees beii 
present and acting throughout, Chairman Boyden called the meeting 
to order at 12:35 p.m. 

The Chairman noted with regret the serious illness of 
Mrs. Kathryn Furcolo and instructed the Secretary to send flowers 
on behalf of the Board. He introduced Dr. William C. Venman, 
Assistant to the Provost, to the members of the Board. 

Trustee Schuck noted that the minutes of the December 20 
meeting should be corrected to indicate that Mr. Radford repre- 
sented Gordon Bunshaft, architect, of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, 
and that Mr. Levy and Miss Forest represented Paul Weidlinger, 
structural engineer. The Acting Secretary pointed out that on 
page 3 of the minutes as distributed, the phrase "The Building 
Authority bond stated that" should be corrected to read "The 
Building Authority Bond Counsel stated that". V/ith these 
corrections, it was moved, seconded and 

VOTED : To approve the minutes of the meeting of 
December 20, 1963 as corrected. 

By unanimous consent, item 3 on the agenda was taken up. 
Trustee Schuck reported for the Chairman of the Building Authority. 
She thanked Robert Gordon for his diligent work at the last Board 
meeting in presenting the preliminary design of the Sports Stadium. 
She informed the Board that the most recent estimate indicates that 
the plumbing for the facility can be reduced approximately $100,000 
and it may, therefore, be possible to add several rows of seats to 
the east and west sides of the Stadium. She stated that at a meet- 
ing held January 14, the Building Authority sub-committee had 
approved Contracts for Financial Assistance which had been approved 
as to form and substance by the Building Authority Bond Counsel. 
Summary sheets were distributed to members of the Board which in- 
dicated that the maximum cost of Project 4, Southwest dormitories 



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for approximately I84O students and the Sports Stadium, would be 
$11,000,000 and would be financed by 40-year bonds carrying approxi-. 
mately 3§# interest. 

The summary sheet on Project 5, the Dining Facility in 
the Southwest complex, also was distributed to members of the 
Board and indicated a maximum cost of the project of $2,500,000. 
Trustee Schuck pointed out that the contracts contained certain 
changes from ones previously recommended to the Board. The terms 
of the new proposed contracts had been modified to fit the new 
statutory requirements governing the Building Authority. Mr. Byrne | 
stated that the contracts would require 12 signatures from the 
Board and informed the Trustees that land leases from the Trustees 
to the Authority are in process of being prepared by the Building 
Authority Bond Counsel. 

The President raised a question as to the required stu- 
dent fees and rentals and the potential effect, in equity terms, 
among student costs in different dormitory residences. It 
appeared that even with the proposed 40-year bonds that are being 
recommended for the first time at this meeting, that student room 
rents at present rates might not leave enough for maintenance and 
operation of the buildings. Trustee Schuck stated that this has 
been carefully considered by the Building Authority and she indi- 
cated among other points that the proposed dormitory would have 
rooms of a larger size than those contained in recently completed 
dormitories on campus. The President asked whether or not informa- 
tion was available as to the cost of the proposed Stadium compared 
to other stadiums either on a per seat cost or other comparable 
basis. Mr. Gordon stated that the estimated cost is $50 per seat 
in the structure the Building Authority is planning to erect. He 
noted that he had been informed the United States Naval Academy is 
spending three to three and a half million dollars for a stadium 
holding 29,000 seats, and that the Air Force Academy approached 



Southwest 
Complex 



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AuLI.-j.' 1 ' ',,. ,;J1Ujju j iil U He said the Building 
Authority sub-committee understood the estimated costs are 
apparently well below going costs in either pre-cast concrete or 
even steel structures of similar capacity. Some Trustees indicated 
they would appreciate comparative cost figures on stadium con- 
struction to provide guides to their consideration of the matter. 
There was extended discussion as to the possible effects of the 
proposal on the student athletic fee and the appropriate types of 
adjustments that might be required in this connection. 

It was noted that there was a difficulty for the Board in 
that they were aware of the need to maintain progress on these 
projects and yet there was some concern at having received the in- 
formation only now. In response to a question, the President statejl 
that he had not been receiving minutes from the Building Authority. 
Mr. Gordon pointed out that there is a joint University committee 
and Building Authority sub-committee that has been working on the 
Stadium and members of the University committee have attended a 



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number of meetings with the Building Authority sub-conmittee, a^ 
well as accompanying them to a trip to New York City to discuss the 
project with the designer. The Chairman of the Buildings and 
Grounds Committee stated he has not been informed of progress on 
these projects, and that it was difficult to be requested to vote 
on matters on which not all the Trustees have been fully informed. 

The President stated there lias been cooperation between 
University committees and the Building Authority on program 
features of the two nrojects but little information has been sent 
to the University on the financial aspects. He pointed out he was 
especially concerned with the estimate of the $20 per student 
maintenance allowance in the cost proposal when the University cost 
figures indicate approximately $72 per student is a normal 
maintenance expense. It was noted that if the estimates are on the 
high side, and if the contingency fund is not required to be used, 
the bond issue might be lower, thereby reducing the amortization 
charges. Trustee Schuck reminded the Board that the architect 
cannot move without a vote of agreement between the Board and the 
Building Authority. She stated that among the purposes of the 
statutory change in the Building Authority law was a provision to 
allow, among other things, the pooling of available resources in 
order more effectively to undertake required projects. Trustee 
Kiernan asked whether proposed votes and cost estimates could be 
given to the Board before the meetings as this would be of con- 
siderable aid to many of those Trustees who are not in a position 
to follow developing proposals closely. 

Mr. Byrnes said that the cost of $1,000,000 for the 
Stadium is a budget that cannot be exceeded. Actual costs must be 
within this limit and possibly could be lower; further, he noted 
that the Board of Trustees must be presented, with firm estimates 
before contracts for leasing can be signed between the Board of 
Trustees and the Building Authority. After general discussion, it 
was moved, seconded and 



RESOLVED: 



That the making of a Contract for Financial 
Assistance between The Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts and University of Massachusetts 
Building Authority pursuant to Chapter 773 
of the Acts of 1960, as amended by Chapter 
763 of the Acts of 1962 and by Chapter 684 
of the Acts of 1963, and pertaining to the 
construction by the Authority of buildings 
to house approximately 1,840 students and 
of a structure to have a permanent seating 
capacity of approximately 17,000 persons to 
accommodate spectators at outdoor events and 
the doing by the Authority of certain other 
work as authorized by said Chapter, as amended, 
and being a part of the work requested by 
authority of the Trustees of the University 



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of Massachusetts on February 12, 1963, as 
said request was modified by authority of 
said Trustees on December 20, 1963, be and 
the same hereby is authorized) that the 
form of such Contract for Financial 
Assistance presented to this meeting and 
each term, condition and provision therein 
contained be and the same hereby are approved; 
that said Trustees or a majority thereof be 
and hereby are authorized, in the name and 
on behalf of The Commonwealth of Massachusetts 
to sign, acknowledge if deemed advisable and 
deliver a Contract For Financial Assistance 
in the form presented to this meeting and 
providing for a Maximum Cost of the Fourth 
Project, as defined in said Contract, of 
Eleven Million Dollars ($11,000,000) and to 
cause the common seal of said University and 
of said Trustees to be affixed thereto; and 
that the talcing of such action by said 
Trustees shall be conclusive evidence that 
the same is hereby authorized and that the 
form of Contract For Financial Assistance so 
executed is as hereby authorized and approved. 

(Mr. Haigis left at 2:16 p.m. for a prior commitment) 

After general discussion, it was moved, seconded and 



RESOLVED: 



That the chairman, the secretary and the 
treasurer of the Trustees of the University 
of Massachusetts be and each such officer 
acting alone hereby is authorized, in the 
name and on behalf of The Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts, to sign the form of guaranty 
provided in the Contract For Financial 
Assistance bet?;een said Commonwealth and 
University of Massachusetts Building 
Authority dated as of January 1, 1964, on 
each note and bond issued by said Authority 
to finance the cost of the Fourth Project 
referred to in said Contract or to refund 
any note or bond theretofore issued for 
such purposes. 



After general discussion, it was moved, seconded and 



RESOLVED: 



That the making of a Contract For Financial 
Assistance between The Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts and University of Massachusetts 
Building Authority pursuant to Chapter 773 
of the Acts of 1960, as amended by Chapter 
763 of the Acts of 1962 and by Chapter 684 



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of the Acts of 1963, and pertaining to 
the construction by the Authority of a 
building to provide dining facilities 
for approximately 900 persons at one time 
and the doing by the Authority of certain 
other work as authorized by said Chapter, 
as amended, and being a part of the work 
requested by authority of the Trustees of 
the University of Massachusetts on 
February 12, 1963, as said request was 
modified by authority of said Trustees on 
December 20, 1963, be and the same hereby 
is authorized; that the form of such Con- 
tract For Financial Assistance presented 
to this meeting and each term, condition 
and provision therein contained be and 
the same hereby are approved; that said 
Trustees or a majority thereof be and 
hereby are authorized, in the name and on 
behalf of The Commonwealth of Massachusetts 
to sign, acknowledge if deemed advisable 
and deliver a Contract For Financial 
Assistance in the form presented to this 
meeting and providing for a Maximum Cost 
of the Fifth Project, as defined in said 
Contract, of Two Million Five Hundred 
Thousand Dollars ($2,500,000) and to cause 
the common seal of said University and of 
said Trustees to be affixed thereto; and 
that the talcing of such action by said 
Trustees shall be conclusive evidence that 
the same is hereby authorized and that the 
form of Contract For Financial Assistance 
so executed is as hereby authorized and 
approved . 



After general discussion, it was moved, 



seconded and 



RESOLVED: 



That the chairman, the secretary and the 
treasurer of the Trustees of the University 
of Massachusetts be and each such officer 
acting alone hereby is authorized, in the 
name and on behalf of The Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts, to sign the form of guaranty 
provided in the Contract For Financial 
Assistance between said Commonwealth and 
University of Massachusetts Building- 
Authority dated as of January 1, 1964 , on 
each note and bond issued by said Authority 
to finance the cost of the Fifth Project 
referred to in said Contract or to refund 
any note or bond theretofore issued for 
such TDurooses. 



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There was some discussion as to the extent of liaison be- 
tween the Building Authority and the President's Office. It was 
noted that the problem was not one of intention but how this is to 
be done and what types of information are desirable for liaison 
purposes in order that the University administration will be in a 
position strongly to support the Building Authority and in order 
that there may be more orderly procedures involving the Board of 
Trustees and appropriate committees of the Board. After general 
discussion, it was moved, seconded and 

VOTED: That the Board of Trustees request that 
official liaison be established between 
the Board, represented by the President 
of the University or his designate, and 
the Building Authority. 

Recorded as voting in the negative: Trustees Schuck, 
Frechette . 

(Trustee Solomon was temporarily absent from the room 
during the taking of the vote) 

The Board proceeded to a consideration if item 2 on the 
agenda, the President's comments. The President informed the 
Board that Dr. Lamar Soutter has accepted with pleasure the appoint 
ment as Dean of the University Medical School and that he will re- 
port full time for duty on February 24th. His mail address for 
the time being will be South College. The President then informed 
the Board as to the status of honorary degree candidates. 

Chairman Schuck informed the Board that it ?;as her under- 
standing that the Phi Beta Kappa application of the University had 
received preliminary approval by the Evaluating Committee, which 
is the first step on the road to Phi Beta Kappa membership. 

Chairman Schuck informed the Board that the Faculty and 
Program of Study Committee had carefully gone over the proposed 
graduate curriculum changes and recommended Board approval of same. 
After general discussion, it was moved, seconded and 

VOTED : That the Graduate Curriculum changes as 
proposed in Document 64-049 are hereby 
approved and said document is attached 
to and hereby made part of these minutes. 

The Chairman called the attention of the Board to the 
fact that the proposed Medical Technology program would be of the 
so-called "three-plus-one" type, involving three years of campus 
academic experience plus one year of clinical training, and would 
lead to a bachelor's degree and preparation for certification 
examinations. In response to a question, the Chairman stated that 
the committee had been informed that approximately 50% of students 
interested in Medical Technology programs would still follov/ the 



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Comments 

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Curriculum 



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Technology 

Program 






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"four years plus one" alternative. In response to another question, 
she stated that the academic work in the fourth year of the pro- 
posed Medical Technology program would involve a weekly seminar 
held on the University campus. After general discussion, it was 
moved, seconded and 

VOTED : That the Medical Technology program as con- 
tained in Document 64-044 is hereby approved 
and that said documen 4 * attached to and 
hereby made part of these minutes. 

The proposed changes in the unde: icula had 

been carefully screened by appropriate committees of the University 
faculty and had been recommended by the academic officers of the 
University, and therefore, the Chairman stated that the Faculty and 
Program of Study Committee, after review: was recommending 
approval by the Board. After general disc vis si on, it was moved, 
seconded and 

VOTED : That the undergraduate curriculum changes 
as proposed in Document 64-O44 are hereby 
adopted and said document is attached to 
and hereby made part of these minutes. 

The Chairman stated that it would be most desirable to 
have a policy that would provide for equitable treatment of those 
members of the University professional staff who might move from a 
non- tenured position to a position in which they hold tenure. The 
policy being recommended, which has been reviewed for the Committee 
by legal counsel, provides for a basic minimum salary for persons 
involved in the types of personnel actions contemplated. After 
general discussion, it was moved, seconded and 

VOTED: To approve the policy in regard to transfer 
from a position without tenure to a position 
in which tenure is vested, as contained in 
Document 64-O4&, which is attached to and 
hereby made part of these minutes. 

Chairman Schuck called the attention of the Board to 
Document 64-O46, Classification of Positions. She stated that 
adoption of this document plus the salary adjustments being 
recommended would move all of the University professional staff to 
the general salary schedule as required by Chapter 64S, Acts of 
1962. She called attention of the Trustees to the Office of In- 
stitutional Studies' analysis of the effects of the recommended 
salary adjustments and she informed the Board of the policies and 
procedures that had governed the salary recommendations. She 
stated that it would be appropriate for the Board to move to 
approve adoption of the Classification of Positions as recommended. 
After general discussion, it was moved, seconded and 



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VOTO: That the Board approve the Classification 
of Position Titles effective on or after 
February 1, 1964 as contained in Document 
64-O46 which is attached to and hereby 
made part of these minutes. 



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VOTED: The Classification of Position Titles under 
the provisions of Chapter 648 of the Acts 
of 1962 shall be fixed in a weekly salary 
range from a minimum or fixed at a specific 
weekly salary rate which shall not be changed 
except by vote of the Board of Trustees and 
such classification shall not be designated by 
any job group number or grade. 

And, it was further 

VOTED : In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 
648 of the Acts of 1962 position titles in 
the Professional Staff are classified in the 
weekly salary range or at a weekly salary 
rate specified after the title of position 
in Document 64-O46 subject to subsequently 
being amended, revised, added to or repealed 
by the Board of Trustees under the provisions 
of said Chapter 648. 

Trustee Thompson wished to be recorded as voting "No" on 
the three motions on the basis of the principle that he believed 
equal percentage increases should have been assigned to all 
faculty ranks. 

(Trustee Kiernan left at 3:06 p.m. for a prior 
commitment) 

Chairman Schuck stated that the Committee on Faculty and 
Program of Study was recommending approval of the salary adjust- 
ments as proposed by the University administration and as contained 
in the list submitted to the Trustees with the agenda. After 
general discussion, it was moved, seconded and 

VOTED: That pursuant to Chapter 775 of the Acts 
of 1963, the salaries recommended in 
Document 64-045 are hereby approved 
effective February 1, 1964 and said 
document is hereby attached to and made 
part of these minutes. 

It was further 



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VOTED : That every personnel action shall be sub- 
ject to the policies and procedures now 
in effect and as subsequently amended, re- 
vised, added to or repealed by the Board 
of Trustees with respect to professional 
personnel under provisions of Chapter 75 
of the General Laws as amended by Chapter 
648, 1962. The classification, salary 
range and descriptive job specifications 
for each position to which a member of the 
professional staff is hereby apnointed, 
promoted, transferred, or determined shall 
be as hereunder determined by the Board of 
Trustees or under the^'r authority. 

Trustee Thompson wished to be recorded in the negative 
on the basis of the principle that all ranks should have been grante|d 
equal percentage increases. 

The Board was informed that there was no report to be 
made at this time by the Executive Committee. 

Trustee Fox, reporting for the Chairman of the Committee 
on Legislation, reported that legislation filed in this session of 
the General Court is being analyzed and followed. 

The President recommended that the Board approve the pro- 
posed personnel actions and after general discussion, it was there- 
upon moved, seconded and 

VOTED : To approve the personnel actions sr set 
forth in Document 6-4-047 and including 
Supplement 1 which are hereby attached 
to and made part of these minutes. 

It was further 



VOTED : That every personnel action shall be subject 
to the policies and procedures now in effect 
and as subsequently amended, revised, added 
to or repealed by the Board of Trustees with 
respect to professional personnel under pro- 
visions of Chapter 75 of the General Laws as 
amended by Chapter 648, 1962. The classifica- 
tion, salary range and descriptive job 
specifications for each position to which a 
member of the professional staff is hereby 
appointed, promoted, transferred, or de- 
termined shall be as hereunder determined 
by the Board of Trustees or under their 
authority. 



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There being no further business, the meeting adjourned 
at 3:24- p.m. 




Leo F. Redfej 
Acting Secretary 
Board of Trustees 



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meeting 



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President 
Comments 



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MINUTES OF ANNUAL MEETING 0? BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
February 11, 1964, 12:40 p.m., Statler Hilton Hotel, Boston 



PRESENT ; Trustee Boyden, President Lederle, 
Trustees Thompson, Solomon, 
Kiernan, Pumphret, Schuck, Healey, 
Fox, Frechette, Croce, McNamara, 
Brown, T roy, Crowley, Plimpton, 
Gordon (representing His Excellency 
Governor Peabody) and Mr. Broadhurst, 
Treasurer Johnson, Acting Secretary 
Redfern. 

The provisions of Chapter 626 of the Acts of 1958 havi 
been complied with, and a quorum of the Boa^d of Trustees being 
present and acting throughout, Chairman Boyden called the meeting 
to order at 1:40 o.m. 

Mr. Gordon noted that in the minutes of the Board meet- 
ing of January 15, the naw of the representative of Paul 
Weidlinger, engineer, should be I Forest rather than Miss Forsmaiji, 
and he further noted that on pr-.ge 2 of said minutes, the statement 

in regard to the Air Force Academy Stadium should read 

"that the Air Force Academy approached S100 per seat cost.", and 
the remainder of the sentence in the minutes should be deleted. 
With these corrections, it was moved, seconded and 

VOTED : To approve the minutes of the meeting 
of January 15, 1964 as corrected. 

The Chairman announced that he had appointed the follow- 
ing to the Nominating Committee: Dennis Crowley, Chairman, Joseph 
Healey, John Haigis, Harry Brown and Frederick Troy. 

President Lederle reported that the matter of University 
salary actions had been discussed with the State Comptroller and 
his staff and he asked Mr. Broadhurst to report 'briefly on this 
meeting. Mr. Broadhurst stated that he had been invited to attend 
the meeting by the Assistant Attorney General and that the 
discussion focused on the procedures and interpretations followed by 
the University Board of Trustees. The meeting also touched upon 
the proposed actions contemplated by other institutions which ma: 
in effect, result in increases higher than those on a comparable- 
basis with the University actions. The basic problem, Mr. Broad- 
hurst stated, was to relate the autonomy powers of the University 
to Chapter 775 (salary authorizations) that provides a basic 10$ 
us an additional 10$ to be distributed on a merit basis and to be 
>mputed from the total cost of professional salaries during fiscal 
year 1963, said distribution to be effective February 1, 196 
according to the terms of Chapter 775. 



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Trustee Kiernan mentioned some of the background of 
autonomy for the State Colleges and he mentioned that the Sts 
College Board mil meet on February 26 to further discuss the 
matter. iwspaper reports of the salary situations were discussed, 
including a news -report of questions i by the State 

ptroller in regard to the effects of salary actions taken. Re- 
vievf also was made of the intent of the Governor's special 
committee on con atxon of state employees which was, accord! 
to Chairman of the Governor's special committee, intended t 
provide a fund for public institutions of higher education equal 
to 10f ; of the respective payrolls for me" increases, as 

gested that when news reports are erroneous perhaps the 
sociate Alumni may be able, working in liaison ith the Uni- 
versity administration, to present some c 3 factual aspects of 
ie situation and thus minimise possibilities ~ r ov misrepresentation 

The President referred to the visit of the Crime 
Cora ion representatives, and he stated that he had welcomed 
these representatives and provided them with facilities by which 
they could, undertake their study, the nature of which they did not 
cifically reveal. 

The Presiden' -orted that at the moment application^ 
^or admission have increased 44$ over the same period last year, 
and that according to the Dean of Admissions, Y/e have received 
approximately 16,600 college entrance board test score referrals. 
He indicated that for next fall the University is planning a total 
enrollment of 9,520- students, including 2,800 in the freshman 
class. The President suggested that if it was desired, Dean Tunis 
of the Admissions Office could meet with the Faculty and Program 
of Study Committee to discuss the admissions picture in greater 
depth. 

(At 2:30 p.m., Mr, Broadhurst left) 

ident reported to the Board that there will be a 
news release, from the legislators concerned, on the Civil Service 
bill that would indicate their agreement with the University over 
the matter of personnel procedures for non-professional staff, and 
that the news release Y/ould state the intention of these legisla- 
tors to request withdrawal of their bill on the basis of the 
discussion and agreement which they had reached. The President 
thanked the Trustees for their assistance in support of the Uni- 
versity's position on this matter. 

Dean Soutter is in Chicago, said the President, attend- 
ing a meetin ' T edical School Deans and among other matters is 
investigating the availability of consulting services on the 
problem of launching and locating the University Medical School. 



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Report 



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The Board also was informed by the President that the 
University is in the preliminary stages of thinking of a program 
of study abroad. There will be, he said, a three-man teem to 
visit Freiburg, Germany, for the purpose of evaluating the 
potential of facilities there for such a program. The investigating 
trip would be financed by non-state funds. 

In reporting on the Governor's budget recommendations, 
the President said that the University budget is in ^ooo 1 shape 
except for personnel accounts. The amounts authorized for 01 and 
0° accounts are not even at the level we are paying in the various 
ranks currently for faculty positions. The Treasurer stated that 
although, other than personnel accounts, the budget recommended by 
the Governor is good — and shows real progress that is 
encouraging — some remedial action will be required in the 

^sonnel accounts. The Treasurer stated that the Governor has 
fully supported the scholarship requests that are essential to 
meet the needs of deserving students. It was noted that this level 
of scholarship support has been made possible from the transfer of 

Icultural Purposes Fund money to the General Fund. In the 
special account for the T ibra^ r Catch-Up Prorran, the Treasurer 
stated the Governor had continued the past level of $100,000 
although $300,000 had been requested in view of the growing nro- 
grams at the University requiring expanded library services. 

In rerard to the 01 and 02 accounts, the Treasurer noted 
that the Governor's recommendation of 53 non-professional 
positions is badly needed and greatly welcomed. The University 
had requested 100 positions in an effort to improve the 15 to 1 
student- faculty ratio in order to better staff the Graduate program 
that requires heavy teaching commitments. The Governor in his 
budget had recommended continuance of the 15 to 1 ratio which 
would provide 81 new teaching positions in view of enrollment 
expansion. A further difficulty is caused in that the University 
had requested ner; positions at a salary 20f^ above those of last 
year in order to cover the nev^ general salary schedule established 
under Chapter 775. But somewhere, the Treasurer reported, the 
rates for the new positions v r ere calcul^ed at a lower rate, even 
lower than the existing rates, which causes serious problems of an 
untenable deficiency in the 01 and 02 accounts. Evidently this 
deficiency was caused by a computing error rather than a policy 
decision. Hopefully these can be corrected. Mr, Gordon stated 
that he would look into this matter to see what remedial measures 
might be undertaken, 

Mr. Healey reported the results of the Executive 
Committee meetings held since the last Board meeting and upon 
motion being duly made and seconded, it was 

VOTED ; To approve the report of the Executive 
Committee in regard to honorary degrees. 



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Trustee Brown reported for Chairman Haigis who had been 
unable to remain for the Board meeting because of illness. 

Trustee Brown introduced the representatives of Campbell 
& Aldrich who presented the model and brochures of the proposed 
Administration Building. 

(Trustees Schuck and Frechette left for prior commitments 
at 3:00 p.m.) 



Nulty pointed out the proposed site location of the 
Administration Building and called attention to the fact it would 
be located at the corner entrance of the planned campus mall. He 
then elaborated upon the design features of the structure and 
discussed the utilitarian as -.veil as the aesthetic reasons for 
various features of the building. A floor by floor explanation of 
the design was provided including questions and answers on 
specific items. 

(At 3:12 p.m. Dr. Boyden had to leave and designated 
Trustee Healey as Acting Chairman) 

After general discussion, including mention of the fact 
the Buildings and Grounds Committee had not, for lack of a quorum 
at their meeting, formally voted to recommend approval, it was 
moved, seconded and 

VOTED: To approve the preliminary plans for the 
3 ministration Building as submitted by 
Campbell & Aldrich. 

After general discussion, it was moved, seconded and 

VOTED: To approve the reports of the Buildings 
and Grounds Committee meetings of 
January 15 and January 31 together with 
confirmation of the accompanying 
recommended votes therein, said votes 
being as follow 

To make a matter of record the purchase 
offers made to the parties below whose 
property was taken by eminent domain 
under Chapter 79 of the General Laws, 
such offers being consistent in each 
case with the independent appraisals 
of the value of the land and buildings 
made by qualified disinterested 
appraisers and filed with the Treasurer 
of the University of Massachusetts: 



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Building 



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Property 

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Property 

Kentfield 
Property 



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Property 



V/oynar 
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Property 



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John . - id Margaret Doleva 

Parcel 5, Page 11-C, Amherst Town Atl- 
Amherst, Mass. $1,500. 

^ry Gr, and Tdith M, Howe 
North side of Rocky Hill Ropd, Hadley, Mass, 
000. 

Frederick J. Kentfield, et al 

North side of Rocky Hill Road, Hadley, !•'■ 

3,000 
Pro tanto payment of $12,000 representor 
SO% of the average of a 1 ' d 
valuations, was authorized "by tin "vd 
of TJmetees on NoveimV . 1963. 

Paul and Ada Pare sky 

Parcel 56. ;e 31-.% Amherst Town Atlas? 
Amherst, Mass. $26,600 

Katherine I . .'.'oynar 

Parcel 5, Page 11-A, Amlierst Town Atlas, 
Amherst, Mass, 7,000 

It was 

T»: To pay to 7,'illard 0. Libert, Trustee of 
"^enfield, ! "assaehusetts, the sum of 
Fifteen Thousand ($15,000.00) dollars for 
his property situate in Amherst, Hampshire 
County, Massachusetts, and more particularly 
described in a deed to Y/illard 0. Seibert, 
Trustee, by deed recorded in the Hampshire 
County Registry of Deeds, Book 1365, Page 
61, and beii\~ the same premises which were 
taken by eminent domain proceedings by the 
Commonwealth of ] husetts for the u 
of the Trustees of the University of Massa- 
chusetts. Taxes on the said premises for 
the year 1962 are to be paid in full .by 
the said Willard 0. Seibert, Trustee. The 
aforesaid payment is in accordance an 
offer of settlement made to the University 
of Massachusetts by Willard 0. Seibert, 
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It E also 

VOTED: In accordance with Chapter 705, Acts of 
1962, Item 8063-19, authorizing the 
Tmstee s of the University to acquire 
certain lands with the buildings thereon, 
for the development of the University, 
by purchase or by eminent domain under 
Chapter 79 of the General Laws, and the 
authority granted therein, independent 
appraisals of the value of the land and 
buildings having been made by qualified 
disinterested appraisers, and filed with 
Kenneth W. Johnson, Treasurer, on motion 
duly made and seconded, it was unanimously 

VOTED: That the Trustees of the University purchase 
or taJ ' by eminent domain in fee, the 
property tlantic District of the 
Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod on behalf 
of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Amherst, 
situate at North Pleasant Street in Amherst, 
Hampshire County, Massachusetts, and more 
particularly described as the eastern 2.92 
acres more or less of- Parcel 71, Page 8-A 
of the ?o\m Atlas. Town of .Amherst, and 
that the purchase price for said property 
to be Four Thousand One Hundred ($4,100.00) 
ol lars . 

It was also 



VOTED: 



To approve the preliminary plans for the 
addition to Machmer TT ?11 as presented sub- 
ject to the modifications suggested by 
Dean Belluschi and by Sasaki, Walker 






sociaxes. 



It was 

VOTED: Whereas The Authority is authorized by 
Chapter 773, as amended by Chapter 684, 
Acts of 1963, of the Acts of 1960, among 
other things, to construct, equip and 
furnish dormitories, dining commons and 
other buildings and structures for the 
use of the University, its students and 
other persons, organisations and 
associations referred to in Section 3 
of said Chapter 773, as amended, upon 
written request made by authority of 
the Trustees; Now, Therefore 



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Be It Resolved iat John W. Lederlr . 
president of the University, be and he 
hereby is authorized in the name and on 
behalf of the Tru itees to make a written 
request of the Authority that the 
Authority plan, construct, equip and 
furnish buildi bo hou "mately 
800 nts to be ready for occupancy 
not later than September 1, 1966, build- 
ings to house approximately 900 students 
to be ready for occupancy not later than 

•^ptember 1, 1967, and buildings to pro- 
vide dining facilitie I proximately 
850 persons in seats at one time to be 
ready for use not later than September 1, 
1967, each of said buildings to be fo" 
the use of the University, its students 
and other persons, organizations and 
associations referred to in Section 3 of 
said Chapter 773, as amended, and to re- 
pair, maintain and operate said buildings 
and to construct, install, maintain and 
repair approaches thereto, driveways, 

iUcways, parking areas and other inci- 
dental facilities, and to do planting and 
landscaping, necessary or appropriate in 
the determination of the Authority, as 
approved in writing by the president or 
by such other officer or officers of the 
University or of the Trustees as may here- 
after be authorized by the Trustees or by 
the Executive Committee thereof so to act, 
for said building or buildings. These 
buildings are to be located in the s?uth ,r est 
dormitory area as shown on the T.iaster Plan 
developed by Sasaki, talker and Associates 
and the studies for the complex as de- 
veloped by Hugh Stubbins °- Associates. 
Site planning shall be coordinated with 
Sasaki, Walker and Associates and design 
shall be coordinated with Pietro Belluschi. 

It was also 

VOTED : That the preliminary site plans submitted 
by Gordon Ainsworth & Associates are con- 
ditionally approved, subject to necessary 
modifications, with the provision that the 
modifications by Sasaki, Walker & Associates 
will be subject to the approval of Gordon 
Bunshaft, Paul "feidlinger, and Gordon 
Ainsworth. 



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It was also 

VOTED: To approve the preliminary plans for 
the Poultry Plant Buildings. 

It was also 

VOTED: To approve a rental of the French House, 
so-called, of $45.00 per month without 
utilities for the first floor apartment, 
retroactive to the date of University 
acquisition, and subject to subsequent 
adoption by the Board of a standard rental 
formula. 

It was also 

VOTED: To approve a rental of $110 per month 
without utilities for the Holmes House, 
so-called, subject to subsequent 
adoption by the Board of a standard 
rental formula. 

It was also 

VOTED: To approve, subject to the contractors 
fulfilling the "punch list", the 
acceptance of the new Physical Education 
Building as the Frank L. Boyden Building. 

(Trustee McNamara left at 3:27 p.m. for a prior 
commitment) 

The discussion which had been held between the Buildings 
and Grounds Committee and representatives of the Western Massa- 
chusetts Electric Company were discussed including the matter of 
the electric heating proposal. It was the consensus of the Hoard 
that prior to any decisions that might be made in this direction, 
it would be necessary to check first with the Public Utilities 
Commission. 

The Treasurer discussed the situation in' regard to the 
property of Gralinslc* Jrotl id distributed to the Board 
materials prepared by Judge Blassberg. The recommendation to 
approve the offer "of $5,400 for said property was i -ithin the 
average of the appraisals made on behalf of the University. It 
was thereupon moved, seconded and 

VOTED: In accordance with Chapter 705, Acts of 
1962, Item 8063-19 authorizing the 

ustees of the University to purchase 
certain lands with the buildings thereon 
for the development of the University, 



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1 the authority granted therein, an 
independent appraisal of the value of 
the land having been ma.de by qualified 
ted a; Lsers and filed v/ith 

•neth Y/. Johnson, Treasurer, on motion 
dul *e and seconded, it v lanimously 
voted: That the Trustees of the Univer- 
sity purchase or take by eminent domain 
in fee, the proy of "tephen J. and 

n d J. Gralinski, consisting of a 
parcel of land, nartly in k -t, Mass., 
and partly in Hadley, Mass., lying on the 
northern ie of breet, k as 
Rocky Hill ^oad in T i move particular ly 
bounded and d "bed as fo] . viz: 

•inning at a stone bound marking an 
angle point in the northerly sideline o^ 
Amity Street, a County Way, rp^'d bound 
marking the southwesterly corner of land 
now or formerly of Edward T. I kiewicz 
and John Waskiev.dc z, Sr. , and the south- 
easter^ corner of the parcel described 
herein; thence S 83° 23' 30" W along the 
northerly sideline of 3aid Am- ~reet 
and the northerly sideline of said Ro?ky 
Hill Road a distance of 21^.50 feet to a 
point; thence N 5° 27' 40" E along land of 

e Commonwealth of Massachusetts a distance 
of 1.826.16 feet to a fenc° corner; thence 
N 70 6 34' 10" E along land of The Common- 
wealth of Massachusetts a distance of 
290.51 feet to a fence corner; thence S 6° 
54' 20" W along land now or formerly of 
John C. and Isobel A, Cobbs a distance of 
1,182.85 feet to a point; thence S 7° 04' 
33" W partly along land of The Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts and partly along land of 
said Waskiewicz a distance of 739.86 feet 
to the point of beginning and containing 
10.2345 acres. 

The parcel described above is land 
conveyed to Stephen J. and Edward J, 
Gralinski, by deed recorded in the Hampshire 
n ountry Registry of Deeds, Book 995, Page 
501, Tract #6, and is more completely shown 
on said plan entitled "Plan of Land in 
Amherst and Hadley, Mass. to be Taken by 
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts for the 
Use of The Trustees of The University of 
Massachusetts from the office of Gordon E. 
Ainsworth & Associates, dated February 3, 
1964." 



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TRUSTEE 



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UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 

It was further 

VOTED : To approve the offer of the sum of Five 
Thousand Four Hundred ($5,400) Dollar 
made on behalf of the Trustees of the 
University on October 29, 196.3 to 
Stephen J. and Edvrard J. Gralinski for 
the purchase of said property, and to 
proceed with the purchase of the property 
for this amount if agreeable to the 
owners and title is clear. 

After general discussion, it was moved, seconded and 

VOTED ! To approve the personnel actions as set 
forth in Document 64-050 which are here- 
by attached to and made part of these 
minutes . 

It was further 

VOTED: That every personnel action shall be 

subject to the policies and procedures 
now in effect and as subsequently 
amended, revised, added to or repealed 
by the Board of Trustees with respect 
to professional personnel under provisions 
of Chapter 75 of the General Laws as 
amended by Chapter 64B, 1962. The 
classification, salary range and 
descriptive job specifications for each 
position to which a member of the pro- 
fessional staff is hereby appointed, pro- 
moted, transferred, or determined shall 
be as hereunder determined by the Board 
of Trustees or under their authority. 



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Personnel 
Actions 



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Trustee Crowley, Chairman of the Nominating Committee, 
submitted the report of said committee. In view of the possibility 
of a major revision of the By-Laws of the Trustees, Mr. Crowley 
stated that the Nominating Committee cashed to recommend two votes 
at this annual meeting; the first to elect certain essential 
officers of the Board and the second to allow a continuance of 
present committee assignments in order to give the Nominating 
Committee a greater opportunity to evaluate the total situation. 
After discussion, it was moved, seconded and unanimously 

VOTED: To elect, as officers of the Board of 
Trustees of the University of Massa- 
chusetts for the forthcoming year, the 
following: 



port of 
Nominat:' 
Committee 



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TRUSTEE 



UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 



President - Hi. c sllenc . ' ^eabo' 

a - Frank L. Boyden 
Acting Seoretary - Leo F. Redfern 
Treasurer - Kenneth W. Johns' 

It was thereupon movec" . • onded and 

VOTJCD: To cantin "ect to lent action 

ard of T . the present 

oramittee 
chairmanships of 1 oard. 

no further busine ' ; ad jour? 

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